Wednesday, May 20, 2009

California voters reject budget ballot measures

"California voters have crushed efforts by elected leaders to patch a gaping hole in the state budget with a package of ballot measures that included borrowing, extending $16 billion worth of taxes and promising to reform future budgets with a reserve fund and a spending cap."

Voters in our largest state said "no" to more taxes and borrowing.

Of course, this will be ignored in D.C.

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