Don Wagner

California Assemblyman (R-Irvine)

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Orange County Assemblyman and co-chairman of the newly formed 'Taxpayer's Caucus' in the state Legislature

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Governor Brown wants California voters to decide if tax increases should be extended to prevent doubling the $12.5 billion in budget cuts he's already proposed.

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