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.

California Pulls the Plug on Construction

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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…

The Continuing Saga of the State Budget

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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