Governor Schwarzenegger Signs State Budget

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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the budget today-- $117.5 billion--only 11 days into the new fiscal year. That, in recent years, is some kind of record. Ed Mendel, Capitol Bureau Chief for the San Diego Union-Tribune has more.
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Governor Schwarzenegger signs state budget

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