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Proposition 103: Loot dreams 

Can a politician really convince people to vote for a tax increase when those same people are facing 8.5 percent unemployment and a net loss in jobs since July?

chet@csindy.com

  • In a stormy economic environment, hopefuls hunker down and focus on pulling an upset.

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