The spending plan passed by the legislature and signed by Governor Brown was balanced on admittedly optimistic projections of revenues during the fiscal year that began on the first of this month. If they don't meet expectations, more spending cuts will be triggered in January. Controller John Chiang says last month's take was bigger than expected, but not big enough. John Myers is Sacramento Bureau Chief for KQED public radio and political reporter for its daily program The California Report.
State Tax Revenues Up, but Not Enough for Brown's Budget
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