SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov 17 (Reuters) - California Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday said he will repeal a scheduled $4.3 billion increase in the state's unpopular car tax, fulfilling a campaign promise within hours of taking office. "As soon as I go inside the Capitol behind me I will sign my first order as governor," Schwarzenegger said in prepared remarks released to reporters before his inauguration as California governor. "I will sign executive order number one which will ...
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