California Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing more than $8 billion in cuts to close a widening California budget deficit but also says public schools will receive more money if voters approve his tax-hike initiative in November.
California’s nonpartisan budget analyst is giving a more sober projection of tax revenue than the one contained in Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal for the coming fiscal year, mostly because it forecasts less from personal income taxes.
Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing reductions to California’s In-Home Supportive Services program, which helps about 435,000 California seniors and people with disabilities stay in their homes
One of the most successful crime-fighting units in the state could be cut due to state budget cuts that take effect at the beginning of next year.
Californians will find out today how much the state will automatically cut from public schools, higher education and a range of state services. Governor Jerry Brown will release the department’s latest forecast for the current fiscal year, which will determine how much in pre-approved cuts the state will need to make starting Jan. 1.
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During his State of the State address in January, Gov. Jerry Brown acknowledged California’s deep financial hole but also expressed faith in the state’s ability to rebound and surprise its doubters.
As Gov. Jerry Brown and other Democrats celebrate their rare on-time budget, unions and anti-tax groups already are gearing up for a fight at the ballot box over tax increases and government reforms.
Democrats and Republicans each have something to dislike about California’s newest spending plan.
Gov. Jerry Brown has struggled to find the four Republican votes he needs for the centerpiece of his budget proposal — a special election on higher taxes — but he also faces resistance from the Democratic Party’s most influential supporters.
With 10 days left before California starts a new fiscal year, Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Monday turned to Gov. Jerry Brown for his next move.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed the Democratic budget plan approved Wednesday in the Legislature, restarting talks over how to close California’s $9.6 billion deficit.
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