Steve Harmon

Contra Costa Times

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Jerry Brown today signed  $14 billion in budget cuts , including $5.8 billion in social services and support for the developmentally disabled and the mentally ill.

Brown Signs Budgets Cuts, Faces Resistance on Tax Measure

Jerry Brown today signed $14 billion in budget cuts , including $5.8 billion in social services and support for the developmentally disabled and the mentally ill.

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Half of all adult Californians are worried that they or somebody in the family will lose their job next year.

Gubernatorial Politics in California

Half of all adult Californians are worried that they or somebody in the family will lose their job next year.

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Governor Schwarzenegger and the Legislature are in the midst of re-writing the social contract, cutting education and services to poor children, the elderly, the blind and disabled.

How Did California Become Such a Dysfunctional State?

Governor Schwarzenegger and the Legislature are in the midst of re-writing the social contract, cutting education and services to poor children, the elderly, the blind and disabled.

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