Matthew Yi

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Robert Reich, former President Clinton's Secretary of Labor, says "states are actively erasing half of the federal stimulus" by reducing services.

Governor's Budget Plan Threatens Stimulus Funds

Robert Reich, former President Clinton's Secretary of Labor, says "states are actively erasing half of the federal stimulus" by reducing services.

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Yesterday, the Democrats who lead the state Assembly and Senate said they'd given up on budget negotiations with Governor Schwarzenegger.

Governor Gives His Side of the Story on the Budget Stand-off

Yesterday, the Democrats who lead the state Assembly and Senate said they'd given up on budget negotiations with Governor Schwarzenegger.

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The Department of Motor Vehicles has cut waiting times in half by hiring part-time workers. Today, Governor Schwarzenegger  ordered those workers laid off .

Schwarzenegger Drops State Employee Pay, Fires 22,000 Temps

The Department of Motor Vehicles has cut waiting times in half by hiring part-time workers. Today, Governor Schwarzenegger ordered those workers laid off .

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