Governor's Revised Budget Includes Tax Help for California's Poor

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Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled a record $115 billion revised budget proposal on Thursday, which includes a new tax credit for poor Californians. The budget also reflects a nearly $7 billion jump in state revenue, much of which will go to public schools as required by Prop. 98. We discuss the revised budget and what lies ahead for it in the state Legislature.


Marisa Lagos, reporter for KQED's California Politics and Government Desk

H.D. Palmer, deputy director of external affairs for the California Department of Finance