In his second State of the State speech tonight, Arnold Schwarzenegger called for reforming government. He said that he'd call a special session of the legislature tomorrow to reshape the budget and put a limit on spending without raising taxes. He'll require merit pay for teachers and change the way the legislators' district boundaries are drawn. Predicting that so-called -special interests- would call him heartless, Schwarzenegger said the people will rise up if changes aren-t made as soon as this summer and vowed to -fight by their side.- The Governor did not provide details to what it will take to erase an $8 billion deficit. We hear excerpts of the Governor-s speech, get reaction from leading Democrats and Republicans, and ask the Director of Finance just where the axe is going to fall.