Mac Taylor

Legislative Analyst, State of California

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Legislative analyst for the State of California

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Next year's state budget deficit will be $19 billion, as previously predicted, but this year's budget is $6 billion out of balance, making a grand total of $25 billion.

Projected Deficit Is Much Higher than Anticipated

Next year's state budget deficit will be $19 billion, as previously predicted, but this year's budget is $6 billion out of balance, making a grand total of $25 billion.

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Governor Ronald Reagan said he was so opposed to income tax withholding in California that his feet were in concrete. When he finally approved it, he said, "The concrete cracked."

Budget Gap Is 'Awful,' Legislative Analyst Says

Governor Ronald Reagan said he was so opposed to income tax withholding in California that his feet were in concrete. When he finally approved it, he said, "The concrete cracked."

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