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Mark Paul

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Senior scholar and Director of the California Program at the New America Foundation

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The Governor and legislative leaders worked out a $26 billion compromise Monday, but it was unclear if enough Democrats and Republicans would go along.

A Light at the End of the Budget Tunnel

The Governor and legislative leaders worked out a $26 billion compromise Monday, but it was unclear if enough Democrats and Republicans would go along.

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Legislators in have told reporters that  Governor Schwarzenegger  has proposed a one-cent hike in the state  sales tax  to balance the budget.

Governor Floats Sales Tax Hike To End Budget Standoff

Legislators in have told reporters that Governor Schwarzenegger has proposed a one-cent hike in the state sales tax to balance the budget.

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