Fred Silva

Budget Project Leader with California Forward, Former Chief Fiscal Advisor for the Office of the Senate President pro Tem

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Budget Project Leader with California Forward, a bipartisan think tank seeking to overhaul the budget process; Former Chief Fiscal Advisor for the Office of the Senate President pro Tem

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New Cuts May Have to Be Made to Budget

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Bob’s Big Boy on the Wilshire Corridor west of Highland is about to make way for a new BMW dealership. Blogger Marissa Gluck  says  the eviction will happen on the 31st of this month.

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Bob’s Big Boy on the Wilshire Corridor west of Highland is about to make way for a new BMW dealership. Blogger Marissa Gluck says the eviction will happen on the 31st of this month.

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California has one of the world’s top ten economies, but the state’s budget system is being called “the most dysfunctional in the country.”

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