Michael Herald

Western Center on Law and Poverty

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Governor Brown said that  cuts to this year's state budget  would create hardships, and his prediction is already beginning to come true.

Californians Cope with a Bare-Bones Budget

Governor Brown said that cuts to this year's state budget would create hardships, and his prediction is already beginning to come true.

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