LAO

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AcronymDefinition
LAOLegislative Analyst's Office (California)
LAOLaos (ISO Country code)
LAOLegal Aid Ontario
LAOLegislative Assembly of Ontario (Canada)
LAOLearn Arabic Online (website)
LAOLinear Alpha Olefin (chemical compound)
LAOLeft Anterior Oblique (radiology)
LAOLocal Administrative Order (Michigan)
LAOLead Agency Official
LAOLeague of American Orchestras
LAOLegal Assistance Office
LAOLysine-Arginine-Ornithine Binding Protein
LAOLogistics Assistance Office
LAOLao Airlines, Laos (ICAO code)
LAOLeuvens Alumni Orkest (Symphonic Orchestra; Belgium)
LAOLocal Area Office
LAOLocation Administrative Officer
LAOLimited Attack Option
LAOLocal Area Operations
LAOLaboratory Assessment Office
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Data from the Legislative Analyst's Office showed the state overtaking Iowa, Texas and Nebraska to top the list of food-providing states, with over $45 billion worth of farm production in 2015.
According to Elisabeth Semel, director of the Death Penalty Clinic at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, the California Legislative Analyst's Office estimates that the repeal of the death penalty in the state will save $150 million per year.
He started out in public service as a policy analyst in the California Legislative Analyst's Office.
The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office recently released a report detailing why the state's sales tax revenue is growing slower than the overall state economy.
1 billion adult education system is a disjointed hodgepodge of courses, fees and faculty and should be overhauled to make it consistent and focused statewide, the state Legislative Analyst's Office said in a report.
Jason Sisney at the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office, which provides budget advice to lawmakers, said tax revenue from Facebook 'could be hundreds of millions of dollars less than has been projected'.
The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office on Tuesday increased the state's revenue projection after the online social network raised the upper range of its initial stock price from $35 per share to $38.
The Legislative Analyst's Office, which serves as a nonpartisan advisor to the Legislature has stood by its analysis.
The Legislature, Administration, and the Legislative Analyst's Office consider program review to be one of CPEC's most important responsibilities.
The legislative analyst's office, which advises lawmakers on budget matters, has endorsed early release for a select 200 nonviolent geriatric inmates.
The legislative analyst's office estimates that the program could save the state between $200 million and $250 million annually.
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