Jennifer LaFleur

Director of Computer-Assisted Reporting, ProPublica

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Director of Computer-Assisted Reporting at ProPublica, a nonprofit website devoted to investigative journalism

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California’s received about  $42 billion in federal stimulus money , roughly half of what is expected.

California's Share of Federal Stimulus Money

California’s received about $42 billion in federal stimulus money , roughly half of what is expected.

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