David Crane

California Governor's Office

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Economic advisor to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

David Crane on KCRW

California's share of the federal stimulus package is $80 billion, $30 of which goes to tax relief.  As to the rest, the Obama Administration says, “don't waste it.”

Will the Stimulus Spigot Be Turned On Soon?

California's share of the federal stimulus package is $80 billion, $30 of which goes to tax relief.  As to the rest, the Obama Administration says, “don't waste it.”

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