Stephen Levy

Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy

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Director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy, a private, economic research organization focusing exclusively on long term analysis of the California economy

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With a majority vote in the legislature, Democrats can pass a budget, but Republicans can prevent the two-thirds required to raise taxes.

Politics and Finance in a World-Class Economy

With a majority vote in the legislature, Democrats can pass a budget, but Republicans can prevent the two-thirds required to raise taxes.

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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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Governor Schwarzenegger  has made good on his threat  to fire part-time workers and cut 200,000 full-time salaries down to the minimum wage.  As that battle rages, Democrats and…

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