Back in the glory days when the Senate passed the “stimulus” and, Barbara Boxer, the junior Senator from the (once-)Golden State promised 400,000 jobs in our state alone, we were all so filled with the spirit of hope and change that we just knew things would work out.
Economic recovery remained elusive in California in July as employers cut 9,400 jobs from payrolls, keeping the unemployment rate constant at 12.3%.
The state lost jobs in the manufacturing, leisure, and professional and business services sector, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday.
The state now has the third highest unemployment rate in the nation. So, Ma’am, you’ve helped ring up record debt and our state is still in the economic doldrums.