Dec 4 2016

California is land to the $100k minimum wage state worker: 220,000 highly-compensated state employees cost the public $35 billion.

There is one thing to discuss the minimum wage for servers and many others that work in the low paid service industry but it is another thing to discuss “underpaid” state workers.  That statement cannot be said for California’s state employees.  In a country where the median household income is $52,000 California seems to be […]

Jun 27 2010

34 states saw tax collections decline in the first quarter of 2010. State budget deficits projected well into 2010 – Plunging tax revenues reflect a weaker economy dragged down by pervasive unemployment and underemployment. $112 billion in state budget gaps for fiscal 2011.

Big states with dismal budget short falls like California and New York have been making the news for the last couple of years.  Yet the problems with state budget deficits go beyond the big and mighty.  The banking system has been stabilized at a very high cost to average Americans but state budget deficits reflect […]

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