This Economy Isn’t Helping All Californians. Here’s How We Can Spread the Wealth

California voters are anxious. The economy is growing, the state budget is balanced and drought worries have receded. Yet according to a recent CalChamber poll, voters believe state leaders are not addressing the issues that truly concern them. Loren Kaye in The Sacramento Bee

Loren Kaye
Loren Kaye was appointed president of the California Foundation for Commerce and Education in January 2006. He has devoted his career to developing, analyzing and implementing public policy issues in California, with a special emphasis on improving the state's business and economic climate. He also was a gubernatorial appointee to the state's Little Hoover Commission, charged with evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of state agencies and programs. Kaye served in senior policy positions for Governors Pete Wilson and George Deukmejian, including Cabinet Secretary to the Governor and Undersecretary of the California Trade and Commerce Agency. See full bio.