PE: The great transit rip-off

 

“But here’s an overlooked fact: Transit now serves about the same number of riders as it did in 1907, when the urban population was barely 15 percent of what it is today. Most urban regions, such as Southern California, are … Continued

Gov. Brown Proposes $5.2 Billion Gas Tax Increase

 

California General Fund revenue has increased by $36 billion dollars over the last six years, but not one dime has gone to road repairs. Now Governor Brown wants a $5.2 billion annual gas and car tax increase!  L.A. Times Article: http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-sac-transportation-deal-taxes-fees-20170329-story.html  … Continued

IETA Continues Its Winning Ways at the Ballot Box

 

With a couple of disappointing exceptions (e.g. the passage of Measure S in Temecula and Measure G in Chino Hills, both unfortunate for taxpayers), 2016 was a banner year in terms of successes at the ballot box for the IETA. … Continued

IETA Hosts Election Night Hospitality Suite

 

Please join us following the Election Night event hosted by the Republican Party of San Bernardino County and the Lincoln Club of San Bernardino County for a hospitality suite with drinks and cigars…a good old fashioned smoke-filled, backroom political gathering! … Continued

Yes on Measure L – San Bernardino Needs Charter Reform

 

The Inland Empire Taxpayers Association is in full support of Measure L in the City of San Bernardino. It’s hard to imagine any real economic recovery there without first fixing a very broken government structure. Have you seen our billboards around … Continued