There is a lot to consider when creating a budget. It is not easy to decide which program should be get cut or have its funding reduced.
Assembly Appropriations Chair Fuentes, Assemblymembers Huber, Galgiani to Join Sacramento Residents in Budget Town Hall.
Senators Hancock and Corbett Host interactive Budget Forum with voter Education Group Next 10 to solve state fiscal crisis.
Majorities of Californians Support Law to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fees on Emitters with Taxpayer Rebates. More believe policy encouraging clean technologies will add than reduce jobs.
Former CA Directors of Finance from Opposite Sides of the Aisle Update 2010 "California Budget Challenge".
Field poll, Next 10, and Stanford's Bill Lane Center for the American West Release First-of-its-Kind Data on Californians' Attitudes toward Government Reform.
Many Shades of Green: Diversity and Distribution of California’s Green Jobs CA Green Job & Business Growth Significantly Outpace Rest of CA Economy: Sacramento Region Leads Green Job Growth, Los Angeles Region Energy Efficiency Jobs Grow by 77 Percent, Bay Area Has the Largest Number of Energy Generation Jobs
New Online Game Lets Players Tackle Federal Budget Deficit Innovative California Organization & Federal Budget Experts Present the “Federal Budget Challenge”
Bay Area High School Students First in the Country to Use New Online Game that Lets Users Tackle National Debt
Palo Alto-Based Nonprofit & Federal Budget Expert Partner to Create Nonpartisan Online Simulation, the “Federal Budget Challenge”
While Most Californians See The Need For Constitutional Reform And Would Favor A Constitutional Convention To Do Its Work, Majorities Oppose Many Of The Proposed Changes On The Reform Agenda. READ the press release.