Darrell Steinberg

California State Senate

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President pro Tem of the California State Senate

Darrell Steinberg on KCRW

Governor Brown says, "Caution is not really the right path" when it comes to creating jobs and stimulating the economy.

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California's $25 billion budget gap will be partly closed by $12 billion in spending cuts passed by the Assembly and Senate.

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California's $25 billion budget gap will be partly closed by $12 billion in spending cuts passed by the Assembly and Senate.

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This year's legislative session is about to come to an end, with the  state budget  two months overdue and likely to remain so.

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