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The CBPP study says the cuts in state-funded services - and the resulting harm to families' well-being and to state economies - would have been much greater had the federal government not enacted the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in February 2009.
Not only has Dean Case breathed life into the Business Advisory Council and initiated a new top-level, business academic dialog via the UAA/ABM Executive Forums, but this past year the economics department at the CBPP achieved celebrity status with the arrival of Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith as the first occupant of the Rasmuson Chair in Economic Studies.
Likely, many Alaska Business Monthly readers would relish the chance to learn, as our students do, from Alaska leaders like Linda Leary, senior vice president at Alaska Communications and CBPP alumni; Jeff Kinneeveauk, president of ASRC Energy Services; or Janet Weiss, president of BP Alaska.
In response, on October 6, 2011, the ECB announced a second round of the CBPP and additional 12-month LTROs to provide bank funding.
More than 98 percent of SNAP payments were issued to eligible households, CBPP said.
As the CBPP also observes, the Ryan proposal departs sharply from a central tenet of the Bowles-Simpson bipartisan fiscal commission: the deficit should be reduced without increasing poverty and income inequality and sacrificing the protection of low-income and other vulnerable Americans.
No area of state services is immune from cuts, explains Judy Solomon, vice president for health policy at CBPP.
Revenues are still 12 per cent below pre-recession levels according to the CBPP.
Revenues are still 12 percent below pre-recession levels according to the CBPP.