Chris Hoene

California Budget & Policy Center

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Executive director of the California Budget & Policy Center (formerly the California Budget Project), a nonprofit that analyses how state fiscal policy affects low and middle income communities

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State Senators and Assembly members are prepared to pass a  budget  by midnight tonight. If it gets any later,  they won't get paid . But that won't mean the process is over.

California's Gone from Bad Times to Good Times… or Has It?

State Senators and Assembly members are prepared to pass a budget by midnight tonight. If it gets any later, they won't get paid . But that won't mean the process is over.

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