California Gov. Jerry Brown responds to a question concerning his revised state budget plan during a Thursday news conference at the Capitol in Sacramento. Brown’s $115.3 billion spending plan would send billions more to public schools and freeze in-state undergraduate tuition and establish a new state tax credit of the working poor.
California Gov. Jerry Brown responds to a question concerning his revised state budget plan during a Thursday news conference at the Capitol in Sacramento. Brown’s $115.3 billion spending plan would send billions more to public schools and freeze in-state undergraduate tuition and establish a new state tax credit of the working poor. Rich Pedroncelli AP
California Gov. Jerry Brown responds to a question concerning his revised state budget plan during a Thursday news conference at the Capitol in Sacramento. Brown’s $115.3 billion spending plan would send billions more to public schools and freeze in-state undergraduate tuition and establish a new state tax credit of the working poor. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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May 14, 2015 05:13 PM