California Gov. Jerry Brown presents his May revision to the state budget proposal on May 11, 2018.
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Even as California's booming economy pumps money into state coffers at unprecedented levels, Governor Jerry Brown is once again proposing a budget that would limit permanent increases in new spending. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.
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Governor Jerry Brown did not include major investments in Medi-Cal or Covered California in his budget revision last week, but lawmakers and advocates say they'll keep pushing to improve the programs. Capital Public Radio's Sammy Caiola has more.
Governor Jerry Brown sent his budget proposal to the California legislature for the 16th and final time. He begins his last year in office with state revenues gushing in by the billions. Yet with his trademark warnings of fiscal prudence, Brown once again sought to set an austere tone for the budget debate that will stretch into June. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.