Friday, February 3, 2023

Finance Director Speaks at CalChamber Lunch

oe Stephenshaw, director of the California Department of Finance
Joe Stephenshaw, director of the California Department of Finance, presents an overview at the CalChamber luncheon on January 12 of the Governor’s proposed budget for 2023–2024 and plans for how to handle various economic scenarios.
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