Thad Kousser

UC San Diego

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Professor of Political Science at the University of California San Diego, he's writing a book called The Hidden Power of Governors: Winning on Budgets and Losing on Policy

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In 1998, and again in 2005, voters were asked to reduce the political power of labor unions in California. By large margins, they said, "No."

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In 1998, and again in 2005, voters were asked to reduce the political power of labor unions in California. By large margins, they said, "No."

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Republican  Meg Whitman  has begun an expected drum-beat of negative television attacks on Democrat  Jerry Brown .

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Republican Meg Whitman has begun an expected drum-beat of negative television attacks on Democrat Jerry Brown .

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