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What does CBP stand for?
CBP stands for California Budget Project
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Jean Ross, executive director of the California Budget Project, a Sacramento-based nonprofit, about Congress backing off plans to send more aid to financially strapped states, in the Los Angeles Times.
Aa "The problem is that there are no easy solutions left," lamented Jean Ross, the director of the California Budget Project, in a comment to Bloomberg News.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The California Budget Project released a study in 2007 entitled, "Making Ends Meet: How Much Does It Cost to Raise a Family in California?
The average annual income needed for a family of three to be economically self-sufficient in Santa Clara County is $72,221, according to the California Budget Project.
The California Budget Project, a nonprofit which studies policies to help low-income Californians, is also offering grim news in a report to be released today.
Any savings from the homecare cuts would be offset by increased state costs to other programs, according to the California Budget Project.
Children left behind The California Budget Project estimated 234,400 children statewide could be dropped from the welfare rolls, including 75,380 in Los Angeles County.