Governor Newsom Proposes Record-Breaking $220 Billion Budget

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Governor Newsom presents state budget, January 10th 2020 (Scott Shafer/KQED)

Governor Newsom's $222-billion California budget proposal includes an $80.5-million coverage expansion of Medi-Cal and the creation of a state-owned generic drug label. It also directs more than $1.4 billion to shelter and healthcare for the state's homeless population. We'll talk about the governor's budgetary priorities.

Guests:

Scott Shafer, senior editor for KQED’s California Politics and Government desk

April Dembosky, health correspondent, KQED News

Vanessa Rancaño, education reporter, KQED News

Erin Baldassari, affordable housing reporter, KQED News

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