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People Talk: What legislative change would you like to see to improve the local economy?

JOHN ZEZINI, El Dorado Hills — “The simple answer is that we overburden businesses with tax in this state. There’s also problems with the way FICA is calculated.”

ALYSON HUBER, El Dorado Hills — “We need incentives to attract business to California. In this economy, lifestyle’s not enough.”

JAN WILCOX, El Dorado Hills — “How about some sort of penalties for outsourcing?”

JOHN ZEZINI, El Dorado Hills — “The simple answer is that we overburden businesses with tax in this state. There’s also problems with the way FICA is calculated.”

LAUREL BRENT-BUMB, Coloma — “Unfunded mandates are killing us. At the county level we’re spending our budget on federal and state programs that we have no say over and no money for.”

RAY NUTTING, Somerset — “There’s a lot, but one that bugs me is the fact that California regulates rural counties like our’s as if we were urban. One size doesn’t fit all.”

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