This Budget Center fact sheet discusses the importance of increasing the income eligibility limit for subsidized early care and education (ECE) services in California. The outdated income limit narrows access to essential child care and development services in our state.
On April 22, Budget Center’s Chris Hoene presented “California $15 Minimum Wage: What We Know and Don’t Know” in a webinar hosted by the Small Business Majority.
On April 18, Budget Center’s Chris Hoene presented “Dollars and Democracy: An Introduction to the State Budget Processes” to the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
On April 17, 2016, the Budget Center’s Director of Research Scott Graves presented “California Budget Perspective 2016-17” at the National Association of Social Workers’ Annual Lobby Days Event in Sacramento.
The Budget Center’s annual chartbook examines Governor Brown’s proposed 2016-17 state budget, discussing its economic context and key components as well as the issues shaping this year’s budget debate.