Jean Ross

California Budget Project

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Executive Director of the California Budget Project, a nonprofit organization that analyzes how state fiscal policy affects low and middle income communities

Jean Ross on KCRW

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California's dependence on wealthy taxpayers brought some good news this week with  $6.6 billion in new revenue .

Live by the Rich, Die by the Rich

California's dependence on wealthy taxpayers brought some good news this week with $6.6 billion in new revenue .

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