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Education sector bond spending continues to spike

Schools and universities from the smallest unified school district to the top-tier university systems in the state issued more bonds in 2015 than they had in any year since the boom times of 2005, before the Great Recession. The result

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CA Leg: After we pass the bill, we’ll fix it

April 3, 2013 By Katy Grimes A strange trend is taking place at the State Capitol, and one which feels all too familiar after the passage of Obamacare. California Legislators have been passing seriously flawed and incomplete bills out of

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Liberal downfall of San Diego falsely blamed on conservatives

June 3, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi What passes for academic public policy analysis in California has deteriorated to the level of a bunch of children pointing fingers at everyone but themselves when it comes to answering the question, “Who broke

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