Jason Dickerson

State Cash Management Analyst, California Legislative Analyst's Office

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State cash management analyst at the Legislative Analyst's Office

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With state finances already close to the breaking point, the ongoing recession has caused another emergency.

State Nearly out of Cash

With state finances already close to the breaking point, the ongoing recession has caused another emergency.

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