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June 14, 2011

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Lawmakers OK billions in program cuts in California budget
The effort to reduce California's budget shortfall of $26 billion had bipartisan support. Gov. Jerry Brown is still working to secure votes on more contentious parts of his plan.
March 17, 2011|By Shane Goldmacher and Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times

Reporting from Sacramento -- State lawmakers Wednesday approved billions of dollars in cuts to welfare, medical programs for the poor and in-home care for the elderly and frail, among other services, moving forward key pieces of Gov. Jerry Brown's budget reduction package.

They also voted to sharply reduce services for the developmentally disabled and shifted hundreds of millions of dollars away from mental health and early childhood programs to use instead to reduce the deficit.

AND THE CHIEF JUDGE SITS THERE AND TRIES SCARE TACTICS. HEY YOUR NOT SPECIAL EVERYBODY NEEDS TO CUT. GET OVER IT.

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