Agreeing with one of CVMA's arguments against the proposal, the California Legislative Analyst's Office noted the tax on veterinary services "would create inequities in the tax structure by taxing some services while leaving other similar services untaxed.
What does CLAO stand for?
CLAO stands for California Legislative Analyst's Office
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According to the California Legislative Analyst's Office, between 35 percent and 45 percent of the state's employees will retire in the next 10 years.
The California Legislative Analyst's Office has prepared Retiree Health Care: a Growing Cost for Government, a report that estimates "state government liabilities are likely in the range of $40 billion to $70 billion--and perhaps more.
``Any program that uses a date is at risk, whether it's issuing a driver's license, calculating a pension or tracking a state investment,'' said Bob Dell'Agostino of the California Legislative Analyst's Office.
Adding support for SB 844 includes a major report released in January 2004 by the California Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO), which recommended the Legislature to hold charter authorizers more accountable, and to include public colleges and universities as authorizers of charter schools.
The California Legislative Analyst's Office concluded that it costs the taxpayer an average of $124,000 per year for the services of an engineer with a private company, while it only costs California $75,500 for a state engineer who undertakes the same tasks.
The concept of the Association's proposal received attention in last year's positive report by the California Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO), which called charter schools "a viable reform strategy.
Governor Schwarzenegger's proposal comes a year after the non-partisan California Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) recommended this legislative change in its landmark January 2004 report, when it stated, "A multiple-authorizer system might promote valuable and educationally beneficial partnerships between K-12 schools and teacher education programs, higher education more generally, and nonprofit community groups.