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On Tuesday, Governor Brown unveiled his latest revision to the state’s 2014 budget. The new proposal accounts for shifting economic conditions and the multibillion-dollar increase in tax revenue seen over the past several months. We discuss the revision’s impact on schools, health care coverage, job growth and state debt.

Guests:
H.D. Palmer, deputy director of external affairs at the California Department of Finance
Scott Detrow, KQED's Sacramento bureau chief

  • Bob Fry

    Does the governor plan to start paying down the “wall of debt”, monies borrowed for many years from other programs?

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