Christopher Edley, Jr.

Commissioner, Commission on the 21st Century Economy

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Dean of Boalt Law School at the University of California, Berkeley and member of the Commission on the 21st Century Economy

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The sales tax in California may be the nation's highest, but 53% of state revenues come from the income tax.

Will the State Tax System Be Reformed?

The sales tax in California may be the nation's highest, but 53% of state revenues come from the income tax.

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