Jim Earp

Executive Director, California Alliance for Jobs

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Executive director of the California Alliance for Jobs, a lobbying group for the construction industry and unionized construction workers

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Barack Obama says public spending will stimulate the economy and help end the recession, but the biggest state in the union is moving in the other direction.

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Barack Obama says public spending will stimulate the economy and help end the recession, but the biggest state in the union is moving in the other direction.

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