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Topic: Legislative Analyst's Office
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Ad Watch: Spots targeting malpractice awards cap mislead
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Danny Alvarez named the next secretary of the California Senate
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State income tax revenues stay up, beat projections in December
January 07, 2014
State scientists’ tentative deal adds $19 million to California payroll costs
May 30, 2014
Capitol Alert: S&P; warns California Legislature on increasing budget spending
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Legislative Analyst's Office Wikipedia Information
Legislative Analysts Office
), located in Sacramento, California, has been providing fiscal and policy advice to the California Legislature for more than 65 years. It is known for its fiscal and programmatic expertise and nonpartisan analysis of the state budget. The office serves as the "eyes and ears" for the Legislature to ensure that the executive branch is implementing...
Not So Fast – Why a Slower Track for a Second Tax Vote Makes Sense
June 13, 2014
By Dan Carson Davis Vanguard’s push for rapid City Council action to put a parcel tax on the November ballot is understandable but problematic. In my view, it is...
Budget deal to reject home-care overtime restrictions
June 12, 2014
The budget pact coming together at the state Capitol will reject limits on overtime for in-home care workers sought by Gov. Jerry Brown.Brown's $107.8 billion...
California Legislature split on local ethics-training mandate
June 09, 2014
The suspension of three state senators and a six-figure penalty against a prominent lobbyist have made political ethics a dominant issue at the California...
Proposition 42: Open Records Ballot Measure Wins
June 04, 2014
Jon Ortiz, McClatchy News Service Voters approved Tuesday a measure to give greater protection to California’s open meeting and public records laws by putting...
Source of money to help California tribes, other programs almost empty
May 19, 2014
The state fund that helps provide a lifeline to dozens of poor tribes is almost tapped out, the Legislative Analyst's Office said in a new report, which notes...
Fiscal analyst predicts more revenue than Brown’s plan
May 16, 2014
The Legislature's nonpartisan fiscal analyst estimated Friday that state revenue through June 2015 would be $2.5 billion higher than what is in Gov. Jerry...
Film and Television Production: Overview of Motion Picture Industry and State Tax Credits
April 30, 2014
Overview of Liabilities
May 07, 2014
Improving Higher Education Oversight
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