On politics in the Golden State
October 26, 2012 | 1:09 pm
California tax revenue continues to lag behind projections, according to details released Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration.
The administration planned to pull in $7.1 billion in taxes in September. Instead, the state generated $6.94 billion, for a relatively small gap of 2.1%.
That places the state $379 million below where it hoped to be three months into the current fiscal year, according to administration figures.
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