California Gov. Jerry Brown, center, signs a budget bill as he is joined by Assembly member Phil Ting, from left, Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon and budget chairs Senator Holly Mitchell, June 27, 2018.
In a ceremony in Los Angeles yesterday (Wednesday), California Governor Jerry Brown signed his last state budget - the biggest California budget ever - before ending his fourth term this year. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Report from KVCR's Ken Vincent. Source: Capital Public Radio
The California Legislature has passed it's largest-ever budget. In a compromise between Democratic lawmakers and Governor Jerry Brown, it spends $125 billion, and funds much of what the governor had proposed cutting. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
Even as California's booming economy pumps money into state coffers at unprecedented levels, Governor Jerry Brown is once again proposing a budget that would limit permanent increases in new spending. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.
After a couple of false starts - and negotiations that stretched over the weekend - California Governor Jerry Brown and Democratic legislative leaders have reached a state budget deal. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has Democratic and Republican reactions from Sacramento.
A one-of-a-kind politician has given his final State of the State address: Jerry Brown, California's longest-serving governor and a three-time Democratic presidential candidate. Brown told lawmakers in Sacramento yesterday (Thursday) that California is prospering... and laid out a path for the state to continue its progress. But he also issued dire warnings on a global scale. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has this feature report.