SAN FRANCISCO – California’s tax revenues in November fell more than 10% short of estimates in its budget partly due to lower than expected collections from Facebook share sales, according to State Controller John Chiang.

State revenues came in $806 million below projections in this fiscal year’s budget, mainly due to personal income taxes coming in 19%, or $842 million, below expectations, the controller’s office said in a report Friday. 

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