California Lawmakers Approve On-time Budget

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For the second time in 25 years, California lawmakers met their constitutional deadline and passed an on-time budget. Over Republican objections and using a simple majority vote, Democrats pushed through their package of taxes and cuts, and saved themselves from losing their paychecks. We take a look at what the budget includes (and what it left out) and hear reaction from both sides of the aisle.

Guests:

John Myers, KQED's Sacramento bureau chief

Senator Robert Dutton, California state senate republican leader from the 31st district of California

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