Gray Davis

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Former Governor of California, recalled in 2003

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Developers who want the National Football League in downtown LA "guarantee" it won't cost taxpayer money.

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Developers who want the National Football League in downtown LA "guarantee" it won't cost taxpayer money.

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A think-tank with ties to President Obama estimates that California will get about $63 billion from his stimulus package; $19 billion would go for individual tax cuts and the rest…

Who Will Rescue California from Its Sad Fiscal Shape?

A think-tank with ties to President Obama estimates that California will get about $63 billion from his stimulus package; $19 billion would go for individual tax cuts and the rest…

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