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Calif. Waits For Stimulus To Rev Up State's Economy
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Calif. Waits For Stimulus To Rev Up State's Economy

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Calif. Waits For Stimulus To Rev Up State's Economy

Calif. Waits For Stimulus To Rev Up State's Economy
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The recession is cutting across most every economic sector in California. Officials are waiting for the state to benefit from its share of the $787 billion economic stimulus package. The federal dollars will not solve all of California's problems, and may create some new ones.

John Myers reports for member station KQED.

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