Governor's $113 Billion Budget Sets Up Standoffs on Education, Other Issues

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On Friday, Gov. Jerry Brown released a $113 billion budget proposal for California. His plan sets the stage for what are likely to be tense negotiations over tuition hikes at state colleges, retiree health care and California's rainy day fund, among other issues. We'll talk to a panel of experts about what political fights to watch.


David Crane, lecturer at Stanford University, president of Govern for California, former economic adviser to Gov. Schwarzenegger and former boardmember of the University of California, the California High-Speed Rail Authority and the California State Teachers Retirement System

John Myers, senior editor of KQED's Politics and Government Desk

Fred Silva, senior fiscal policy adviser with California Forward, a non-partisan non-profit interested in governance and fiscal reform

Judy Lin, California political reporter for the Associated Press