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.

California Pulls the Plug on Construction

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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