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Editorial: Jobs not on the radar for California government

There are 1 comment on the The Wave story from Sep 6, 2012, titled Editorial: Jobs not on the radar for California government. In it, The Wave reports that:

Although he mentions it occasionally, Gov. Jerry Brown's main concern is not reducing California's high unemployment rate, which was 10.7 percent in July.

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LessHypeMoreFact

Toronto, Canada

#1 Sep 6, 2012
Nonsensical political theater. The fact is that the 'conventional jobs' are shrinking and the 'growth jobs' are in the renewable energy field which is a fit for Californias "tech valley" industry and the need of California for power free from the consequences of smog.

Note: I visited LA once on my way to Newport Beach. I had to lie down to keep breathing in the taxi over and was told that the smog was 'light' that day.

My lungs are used to real air, not whatever they breath down there. I can VERY much understand why they don't want it to get any worse..

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