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Jon Coupal

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President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, a taxpayer watchdog organization

Jon Coupal on KCRW

Proposition 55  would extend a temporary personal income tax on those making $250,000 per year. The money would be slated for education and healthcare.

Prop 55: Tax extension to fund education and healthcare

Proposition 55 would extend a temporary personal income tax on those making $250,000 per year. The money would be slated for education and healthcare.

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Apartment, house and mobile-home owners are among the supporters of  Proposition 98  on the June 3 ballot.

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Apartment, house and mobile-home owners are among the supporters of Proposition 98 on the June 3 ballot.

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