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Big Government Tries Again to Tax Soda Like a Sin

by Melodie Bowler / /

Once again, soda taxes have reached the November ballot in two California cities, Berkeley and San Francisco. Berkeley's city leaders have chosen to place a 1-cent-per-ounce tax on the ballot; San Francisco's measure attempts to levy a 2-cents-per-ounce t
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D.C. and California: Consider New Costs in New State and State Split Discussions

by Dan Barrett / /

While discussion continues over granting Washington, D.C. statehood and splitting up California into six separate states, reformers need to consider the new costs that will almost certainly face them as their citizens gain new rights.
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California Breaks Ground on Boondoggle Bullet Train

by Lee Schalk / /

This week, Governor Jerry Brown succeeded in breaking ground on his beloved bullet train, a project that was sold to taxpayers back in 2008, when voters barely passed a $9.95 billion bond measure to fund it.
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