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If Proposition 55 passes, the state budget will rely even more on California's highest earners

Paul Taybi is part of the 1.5%.  The 59-year-old retired founder of a data analysis company from El Cerrito is among that percentage of the wealthiest Californians paying the higher income tax rates that voters approved four years ago. Now, with those rates set to expire, a coalition of teacher...
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