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Michael Herald

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Legislative advocate for the Los Angeles-based Western Center on Law and Poverty

Michael Herald on KCRW

Governor Brown said that  cuts to this year's state budget  would create hardships, and his prediction is already beginning to come true.

Californians Cope with a Bare-Bones Budget

Governor Brown said that cuts to this year's state budget would create hardships, and his prediction is already beginning to come true.

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