California Governor Jerry Brown released a proposed $122.6 billion budget on Thursday, including new funds for roads, schools, and healthcare plus $2 billion earmarked for the state's rainy day fund. Some Democrats called on the governor to restore more funds cut from social services, but Brown urged fiscal caution. We'll look at the numbers and the state's financial future.
Governor Brown Releases $122.6 Billion Budget Proposal
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Scott Shafer, senior editor, KQED's California Politics and Government desk
April Dembosky, health reporter, KQED's The California Report