Jason Sisney

Legislative Analyst's Office

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Deputy Legislative Analyst and former Director of State Finance in the California Legislative Analyst's Office

Jason Sisney on KCRW

Last year, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst projected that new growth in California's economy might lead to a state surplus — if the Assembly, the Senate and Governor Brown were…

California Out of the Red, How Will New-Found Riches Be Spent?

Last year, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst projected that new growth in California's economy might lead to a state surplus — if the Assembly, the Senate and Governor Brown were…

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The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst, Mack Taylor, says California needs bold ideas to resolve its $25 billion funding gap.

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The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst, Mack Taylor, says California needs bold ideas to resolve its $25 billion funding gap.

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