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June 21, 2011

The Anderson Forecast, a widely watched outlook for both California and the nation, predicted “normal growth" for the U.S. economy through 2013, with "normal" defined as 3% GDP growth but unemployment stuck at high rates.

The June 2011 report, published by economists at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, called for slow growth through the end of the year in California, as the state attempts to re-generate the 1.3 million jobs lost in the recession.