“California is recovering from the worst recession since the Great Depression. But as a new report from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management points out, that recovery is slow and uneven.
Meanwhile, opinion polls have found that Californians remain very concerned about whether the recovery will be complete.
Gov. Jerry Brown and other politicians have been touting recovery of late, but they cannot ignore the public’s angst. Often, therefore, when bills were traveling through the legislative process this year, their economic effects — positive or negative — became debating points.”