California’s oldest watchdog organization on tax and other public finance issues has awarded Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) with one of its highest vote rankings for the 2013 legislative year. The California Taxpayers Association (CalTax) awarded a score of 92.9 percent to Senator Huff for his leadership and votes on tax and spending issues that benefitted California’s business climate. CalTax has represented the interests of California taxpayers for more than 86 years.
“I am deeply honored by this recognition and attention to my efforts to make California a better place for families, business and job creators,” said Senator Huff. “California’s stubbornly high unemployment rate is still higher than the national average, which means the Legislature should be focusing on measures designed to bring new business and new jobs to our local communities.”
Senator Huff was cited by CalTax for his efforts to oppose bills that sought to impose new taxes that would have driven up the cost of real estate in California (SB 391) and authorized counties …read more
Source: State Senator Bob Huff