Joel Fox

Californians for Reforms and Jobs, Not Taxes

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President of the Small Business Action Committee and editor of Fox and Hounds Daily, a blog covering the confluence of politics and business in California; Co-chair of the No on Prop 30 campaign; former president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

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Mayor Villaraigosa, you just must consider Granada Hills in the northern San Fernando Valley as your new home. Frankly, Granada Hills can boast what no other section of L.A. can:…

Granada Hills: In the same league as Disneyland

Mayor Villaraigosa, you just must consider Granada Hills in the northern San Fernando Valley as your new home. Frankly, Granada Hills can boast what no other section of L.A. can:…

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The State Attorney General and the Department of Finance are investigating the discovery of $54 million in so-called "hidden assets" in the State Parks Department.  That's more than…

State Parks, 'Hidden Assets' and Public Trust in Government

The State Attorney General and the Department of Finance are investigating the discovery of $54 million in so-called "hidden assets" in the State Parks Department.  That's more than…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Since Proposition 13 passed in 1978, there have been some tax increases, but mostly there have been drastic cuts in government services at the state and local levels.

Are there Tax Increases in California's Future?

Since Proposition 13 passed in 1978, there have been some tax increases, but mostly there have been drastic cuts in government services at the state and local levels.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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