Michael Cohen

California Legislative Analyst's Office

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Deputy legislative analyst for the State of California

Michael Cohen on KCRW

In Sacramento, there's still no indication that the Governor and the Legislature have completed this year's budget, much less determined how to overcome a $40 billion deficit over the…

California Is Quickly Running Out of Cash

In Sacramento, there's still no indication that the Governor and the Legislature have completed this year's budget, much less determined how to overcome a $40 billion deficit over the…

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