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Lawmakers today rejected the core of a Democrat-backed plan intended to tame California's $24-billion deficit, even as a top state finance official warned that failure to resolve the budget crisis will force him to begin issuing IOUs next week.
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Owow I remember, a few months ago or more reading this was going to happen, I think Counterpunch had a piece on the IOU's. Well supposedly the state of MA is broke so who knows when it'll be our turn.
One thing's for sure, there's a fire sale on commercial property here. Every week or so there's a new building up for lease or sale. Who's going to buy them? What business is going to lease office space from them? Nobody.