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

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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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