Tani Cantil-Sakauye

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Governor Brown today  revised the budget  to say that the deficit will approach $16 billion and that there are two ways to whittle that number down.

Update on California's Budget Woes

Governor Brown today revised the budget to say that the deficit will approach $16 billion and that there are two ways to whittle that number down.

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Late today -- for the first time in decades -- the state legislature late was on its way to passing a spending plan by the  Constitutional deadline , which expires at midnight…

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