Dick Ackerman

California State Senate Republican Leader

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Dick Ackerman on KCRW

With a 16 billion dollar deficit,   Governor Schwarzenegger   has proposed a 10% across the board cut in all state programs.

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With a 16 billion dollar deficit, Governor Schwarzenegger has proposed a 10% across the board cut in all state programs.

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