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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 1986
As member, in shaky standing, of the oft-taxed middle class, I would like to send this message, loud and clear, to my Congress persons: If your tax reform leaves us with more taxes to pay, relative to the other groups in our society, then I shall proceed at the earliest opportunity, to cast my vote for whomever is not the incumbent. With very heart-felt sincerity! FRANK L. WARREN Manhattan Beach
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 1986
We now have the spectacle of the emperor marching along in all his finery with 97 faithful senators behind in similar garb. We also have the possibility of a majority of our representatives joining the parade for fear of upsetting the emperor's march. Questions that I must raise in order to establish the merit of the bill that the Senate passed by a vote of 97 to 3 are as follows: 1--Why were sales taxes singled out as the only excluded deduction for state taxes? 2--Why are timber and oil and gas interests still in the tax-sheltered category?
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