The GOP Tax Bills: Expensive Giveaways for the Wealthy, Paid for by Everyone Else (Especially Californians)
This analysis looks at key components of the House and Senate tax bills that would harm millions of Californians and put significant pressure on the state budget. It also notes the opportunity that California’s congressional delegation has to halt a tax plan that is bad for our state and their constituents.
New Estimates Show How Far the Benefits of the House Tax Bill Tilt to the Wealthy
This post examines new estimates on the House Republican tax bill and shows how both nationally and here in California, the wealthiest households would receive a disproportionate share of the proposed tax cuts, with this disparity growing wider over the next decade.
California Already Has a Basic Income Policy – It’s Called the EITC and It Should Be Expanded
This post examines the concept of a universal basic income (UBI) and how California might best advance a basic income policy, pointing out how building on the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) may provide a way forward on basic income.