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California Energy Crisis
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California Energy Crisis

California Energy Crisis

California Energy Crisis
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Steven Levy Director and Senior Economist of the Center for Continuing study of the California Economy (CCSCE) in Palo Alto California's power shortage may be resulting in more than just periodic lapses into darkness. The blackouts are disrupting businesses across the state — from dairy farms to high tech companies — and financial losses are mounting. What are the economic implications of California's energy problem? How long will it be before consumers start to feel the financial burden, both inside and outside the state? Join Juan Williams and guests as they look at the effect of this energy crunch on the economy.

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