Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Your Call 102808 California Budget's Greatest Hits

Who took the hit in the long-delayed California budget? On the next Your Call, we'll have a conversation about the 2009 California budget. Last month Governor Schwarzenegger signed the budget, almost three months into California's new fiscal year. The $143 billion spending plan includes $7.1 billion in spending cuts. At a time that most people are hurting financially, who is being affected the most? And how is the international financial crisis affecting state and local government? It's Your Call, with Sandip Roy and you.

Guests: Lenny Goldberg, Executive Director of the California Tax Reform Association

Frank Russo of California Progress Report

Allison Pratt, Director of Policy & Services with Alameda Community Food Bank

John Laird, Assembly Budget Chair (D-Santa Cruz)

Click to Listen: California Budget's Greatest Hits

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