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Local leaders tally possible “fiscal cliff” losses in California

With the clock ticking on federal budget negotiations, cities and states across the country are increasingly voicing their concerns that deadlock in Washington will produce damaging consequences.
A Los Angeles coalition of community, labor and business groups addressed a letter to eight senators on Tuesday urging them to reach a deal by the end of the year to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” a collection of tax hikes and spending cuts that could slide the country into another recession.
The letter, sent by the L.A. Jobs Defense Council, said an impasse would reduce funds for early childhood education, HIV/AIDS testing and defense contracts. The council was formed in August by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation to advocate for the region and urge federal leaders to quickly resolve budget problems in Washington. (via Los Angeles Times)

Local leaders tally possible “fiscal cliff” losses in California

With the clock ticking on federal budget negotiations, cities and states across the country are increasingly voicing their concerns that deadlock in Washington will produce damaging consequences.

A Los Angeles coalition of community, labor and business groups addressed a letter to eight senators on Tuesday urging them to reach a deal by the end of the year to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” a collection of tax hikes and spending cuts that could slide the country into another recession.

The letter, sent by the L.A. Jobs Defense Council, said an impasse would reduce funds for early childhood education, HIV/AIDS testing and defense contracts. The council was formed in August by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation to advocate for the region and urge federal leaders to quickly resolve budget problems in Washington. (via Los Angeles Times)

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