Brown Opposes Extra Spending in California Budget
At a California State Association of Counties conference on Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) said that he was opposed to extra spending as the state works to build up its rainy day fund. Competing spending proposals recently released by the state Senate and Assembly both assume that the state will get about $2.5 billion more in revenue than estimated in Brown's revised fiscal year 2015-2016 spending plan.
- "As Budget Deadline Looms, Brown Says He'll Oppose Extra Spending" (Adler, "KXJZ News," Capital Public Radio, 5/28).