Dhillon: Should California Tax Haircuts and Concerts – or The Rich?

The Sacramento Bee’s Influencer Series

We asked California Influencers a question from a reader: What can be done to reduce the state budget’s dependence on the income of a handful of high earners and remove the spending volatility? Here are their answers:

Harmeet Dhillon, Republican National Committee, California, and Partner in Dhillon Law Group

“Simple — California needs to stop driving successful and middle-class people out of state. Californians are fleeing bad schools, crime, man-made drought, high taxes, business barriers and extremely high cost of living due to bad regulations. This will ensure that more taxpayers across income brackets stay and thrive in California.”

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