Constructing a California Budget That Is Least Injurious to the Most Vulnerable

urban-poor

Resolving our fiscal crisis will require many very difficult decisions, but our guiding principle must be constructing a budget that is least injurious to the most vulnerable. While we will have to take quick action to avoid the state sliding into insolvency, we must take that action in a thoughtful manner minimizing the potential permanent [...]

We’ve Invested in Wall Street, Now It’s Time to Invest in the Rest of America

The global economy has been put into the economic equivalent of a full nelson by a financial system threatening to collapse under the weight of a complicated pyramid scheme. The Bush administration sounded dire warnings and cobbled together a vaguely flushed-out rescue plan promising the injection of up to $700 billion of taxpayers’ dollars into [...]

Moving Bills on Parklands, Mobile Pensions, Ammunition Control through California’s Legislature

Kevin de Leon

The 45th Assembly District is characterized by high levels of gang violence, a lack of open space and parkland, and is one of the poorest Assembly District’s in the state of California. I have focused my efforts in Sacramento on improving the quality of life for my constituents and the millions of other Californians suffering [...]

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