Complete coverage of California's budgeting process for the year 2014-2015 -- from Gov. Jerry Brown's initial and revised proposals, to expert analysis and lawmaker reactions, to debate, revisions and eventual passage.
Democratic Senate Leader Darrell Steinberg wants to exempt vehicle fuels from California’s cap-and-trade system, which they’re currently set to enter next year. Instead, he wants a carbon tax at the gas pump.
Affordable housing projects in California lost their most reliable funding source when the state dissolved redevelopment agencies a couple of years ago. Now, there’s growing support to find money for affordable housing once again.
Governor Jerry Brown says California’s different regions make it hard to develop water policies that would satisfy the entire state. Meanwhile, a lawmaker wants to quintuple state funding to the California Arts Council.
Governor Jerry Brown has landed a big win in court. The three judge panel overseeing state prisons has given the Brown Administration an additional two years to downsize the inmate population by another 5,000 inmates.
California is “in the money” once again with January revenues surpassing Governor Jerry Brown’s budget estimates.
California Governor Jerry Brown’s administration is staffing up to help ease a lengthy backlog of unemployment benefit claims that’s drawn heavy criticism from lawmakers.
The Assembly Republican caucus says billions of dollars in high-speed rail bonds and gas tax revenues would be better spent on infrastructure projects.
Governor Jerry Brown wants the California Public Employees Retirement System to start accounting for its retirees’ longer life spans, which are driving up pension costs.
The California State Board of Education will decide tomorrow how school districts can spend billions of dollars in state funding next year.
A state budget surplus means a lot of California programs will get a boost this year. But supporters of one service say it’s still facing dire circumstances.
California Budget 2013
Analysis of Gov. Jerry Brown's budget from Steve Boilard, Roger Niello and Chris Hoene. Ben Adler will add perspective to the speech.
Capital Public Radio's coverage of the California State Budget for the fiscal year 2013-2015.
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