Between a Rock and San Francisco

by | Jun 6, 2018

Over at Reason, Christian Britschgi reports on one of the unfortunate choices that faced San Franciscans in this week’s vote–whether to increase a business receipts tax by ~500 or ~1,000 percent.
As I write this, it’s too close to call and more votes are coming in, but it’s possible that San Franciscans might end up declining them both. Here’s hoping.

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Eric Schuler is a contributor to The Libertarian Institute, with a focus on economics and US foreign policy. Follow his work here and on Twitter.

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