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Hanging Tough on Taxes

July 05, 1991|RALPH FRAMMOLINO

When Orange County lawmakers recently voted on tax issues offered as a solution to the state budget shortfall, they mostly held to positions they declared in a Times survey June 4. Ross Johnson declined to state his views at that time and Tom Umberg was away on military duty.

Marian Frank John R. Edward R. Bergeson Hill Lewis Royce Issue R-Newport Bch. R-Whittier R-Orange R-Anaheim Increase sales tax by 1 1/4 cents. Yes No No No Prior Position: No No No No Tax newspapers, candy, snack foods. Yes No No No Prior Position: No Yes No No Increase income taxes for wealthy. No No No No Prior Position: No No No No Increase vehicle license fees. Yes Abstain No No Increase alcohol tax. Yes No No Abstain

Tom Robert C. Gil Mays Frazee Ferguson Issue R-Hunt. Bch. R-Carlsbad R-Newport Bch. Increase sales tax by 1 1/4 cents. No Yes No Prior Position: No No No Tax newspapers, candy, snack foods. No Yes No Prior Position: No No No Increase income taxes for wealthy. No No No Prior Position: No No No Increase vehicle license fees. No Yes No Increase alcohol tax. No No No

Nolan Frizzelle Issue R-Ftn. Valley Increase sales tax by 1 1/4 cents. No Prior Position: No Tax newspapers, candy, snack foods. No Prior Position: No Increase income taxes for wealthy. No Prior Position: No Increase vehicle license fees. No Increase alcohol tax. Yes

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Doris Ross Tom Allen Johnson Umberg Issue R-Anaheim R-La Habra D-Garden Grove Increase sales tax by 1 1/4 cents. No No No Prior Position: No ---- ---- Tax newspapers, candy, snack foods. No No No Prior Position: No ---- ---- Increase income taxes for wealthy. No No No Prior Position: No ---- ---- Increase vehicle license fees. No No No Increase alcohol tax. No No No

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