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California's First $100 billion-plus General Fund budget
California Political Review, July 2006
, pp. 17-22
Republicans held the line on tax and fee increases, achieved some protection for local ...
FeaturesCover Article: P.O.R.C. (Projects of Regional Concern)
Ray Haynes and Leon McKinney
On the brink of annihilation, Republicans performed a miracle. They grew a spine. They ...
FeaturesCover Article: Sacramento Eyes a Robust Economy
How Pete Wilson's 'fiscal conservatism' helped old-time Democrat liberalism restore The...
Cover Article: The Perfect Budget Storm
Gray Davis's Fiscal Plan -- California's perfect budget storm: a collision of consequen...
Cover Articles: Sinclair Paint Spill
California Political Review, July 2007
, pp. 14-18
A CPR Debate: The Best of a Bad Lot?
Ray Haynes and Ted Costa
Resolved: The redistricting agreement between GOP and Democrat legislators was Republic...
High Stakes Gamble
Why Unions Own the Democrats
Kill the Gerrrymander?
Shawn Steel and Ray Haynes
Cover Articles---Contrived Budget CrisisLawmakers' New Golden Rule---Greed is Good
Sacramento liberals and spending lobbies created this phony crisis and now demand that ...
New lyrics...but the same old tune
State lawmakers and governors keep making the same budget mistakes leading to the same ...
California Political Review, March 2008
, pp. 23-28
FeaturesPigs at the Trough
Another year, another Democrat state budget feeding frenzy. Taxpayers ignored, students...
The Quiet Re-emergence of California Retail Politics
Power to the People: Winning politics is more than a candidate's fund raising ability, ...
Democrats run the show in the Assembly, the Senate, and the governor's office -- but th...
California's shrewd governor betrays his Party and his election campaign centerpiece---...
California Political Review, July 2008
, pp. 17-21
Seeking the Narrow Door
Herewith Ray Haynes' annual budget analysis, including the policy and the politics, as ...
Symposium: How Parties Win
It's All About Ideas
Pre-emptive surrender; Republicans buckle in the budget debate
A terrible thing to waste
California Political Review, May 2005
, pp. 19-24
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