California is Almost Bankrupt

Because of the political gridlock and no California budget, the state will start delaying payments and issuing IOU’s next month. Here is California’s Department of Finance’s 161-page report which lists  5,300  public works projects which will be suspended or delayed indefinitely because of the state’s cash crunch.

California already has a higher than average unemployment rate, these delays will probably widen the unemployment gap.

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