TITLE

Local California Governments Hope to Handcuff State From Raiding Revenues

AUTHOR(S)
Finestone, Deborah
PUB. DATE
January 2002
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;1/25/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31311, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on hopes of the coalition of local government advocates of California to ask voters to approve a constitutional amendment prohibiting the state from raiding local revenues to balance California's budget. Benefits enjoyed if the initiative is passed; Revenue sources; Version of the coalition that are pending due to circumstances under which the legislature can override the act.
ACCESSION #
8559723

 

Related Articles

  • LOUISIANA: Voters Face Revenue Shift. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;10/21/2010, Vol. 374 Issue 33403, p9 

    The article reports that the proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot may transfer millions of dollars in revenue from oil and gas production taxes to parishes from state in Louisiana.

  • COLORADO: Casinos Up the Ante. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;6/26/2007, Vol. 360 Issue 32658, p9 

    The article reports updates concerning gaming revenue in Colorado. According to the Colorado Division of Gaming, the revenue in May 2007 rose 6.9% to %70.1 million from 65.6 million in the same month in 2006. The state's 44 casinos took in $370.1 million in revenue for 2007 through May 2007. Tax...

  • Wisconsin to Weigh Ban on Transportation Fund Diversion. Shields, Yvette // Bondbuyer.com;10/10/2014, p27 

    The article reports that voters in Wisconsin will decide in November 2014 for a constitutional amendment that will prevent the transfer of transportation revenues to finance projects in the state.

  • Colorado Vote Unlikely to Affect Ratings Yet. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;11/7/2005, Vol. 353 Issue 32854, p1 

    Reports on the approval of Referendum C, a measure that reverses some of the effects of the 1992 Taxpayer Bill of Rights in Colorado. Retention of tax revenue collected in excess of the fiscal year's budget for the next five years; Use of the surplus revenue for K-12 programs for health care for...

  • TABOR By Any Other Name. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;2/15/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32320, p31 

    The article reports on the proposed constitutional amendment by Wisconsin Republican lawmakers in the U.S. The proposal will place new limits on the quantity of tax revenue that can be collected by the state and local governments. The limits will be connected to inflation and population growth...

  • A EMENDA CONSTITUCIONAL N. 29 DE 2000 E OS GOVERNOS ESTADUAIS. Fortes, F├ítima Beatriz // Lua Nova;2012, Vol. 87, p167 

    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of Constitutional Amendment 29 (EC n.29), of 2000, on the decisions of state governors related to the allocation of funds for the health sector, aiming at identifying its conditioning factors. The results of the adjusted model showed that...

  • Proposed Section 121 Regulations: Modifications Imperative to Achieve Intended Relief. Shankaran, Girish // International Tax Journal;Spring2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p78 

    Discusses the proposed amendments to the regulations under Section 121 of the Internal Revenue Code regarding the exclusion of gain from the sale of a principal residence. Need to clarify the tax provisions; Restoration of the fairness of the former tax provisions; Inadequacies of the regulations.

  • TAX LIMIT--25 PER CENT. Ruttenberg, Stanley H. // Labor Law Journal;Jul51, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p534 

    The article criticizes the proposal to limit the U.S. federal government's taxing power to 25 percent. A look at the broad aspects of the present federal budget would indicate that a limitation of 25 per cent would doom the military program. If the proposed constitutional amendment becomes...

  • A Theoretical Analysis of the Case for a Balanced Budget Amendment. Keech, William R. // Policy Sciences;Sep1985, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p157 

    A balanced federal budget is not a best outcome for all situations, and a constitutional amendment to require annually balanced budgets is not well defended on grounds that it is. However, the case for a balanced budget amendment may have some merit on other, subtler grounds. This article...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics