Capitol Alert
The latest on California politics and government
September 1, 2011

Gov. Jerry Brown said this morning that he’s leaning against Internet retailer Amazon.com’s proposal to put off enforcing a new law that taxes online purchases in exchange for the company launching several California distribution centers that would create several thousand new jobs.

“I’m concerned about anything that will reduce revenue going forward because we have a very uncertain economy,” the governor said shortly after speaking at an awards ceremony at Sacramento’s Radisson Hotel honoring California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation employees. “Look, we need more revenues unless we’re going keep curbing schools, courts, corrections.”

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