Joseph Crosby

COO and Senior Director of Policy, Council on State Taxation

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COO and Senior Director of Policy at the Council on State Taxation

Joseph Crosby on KCRW

When California business people meet, the talk often turns to how tough the state is on business. That's also a favorite theme of politicians, Democrats as well as Republicans.

California's 'Crippling' Business Taxes Are Not That High

When California business people meet, the talk often turns to how tough the state is on business. That's also a favorite theme of politicians, Democrats as well as Republicans.

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