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.

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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