City leaders uneasy about Brown's bud...

City leaders uneasy about Brown's budget plan

There are 2 comments on the KABC story from Jan 20, 2011, titled City leaders uneasy about Brown's budget plan. In it, KABC reports that:

Gov. Jerry Brown defended his plan in Sacramento on Wednesday to a crowd of California city leaders who don't like the idea of the state taking $1.7 billion of redevelopment money from them to help offset cuts to public schools and social programs.

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ashley

United States

#1 Jan 23, 2011
Yea take away social programs,that's what this state needs.A bunch of people off there meds and without a place to go to for help.Thats a stuiped idea,its hard to believe that with all the people who depend on these programs someone is going to close them.
Wasted

San Francisco, CA

#2 Jan 23, 2011
Now we can see who's really wasting the taxpayer's money, this redevelopment is a scam that's been going on unchecked and uncontrolled. I'd like to see the auditors do their job for once to expose the anomalous that will surely open our eyes.

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