A news conference by California Gov.
The governor's announcement comes one day ahead of schedule, after a leaked copy of his 271-page budget document began circulating Wednesday evening.
Brown wants to spend $10 billion more on schools, including money owed from previous years. He proposes some controversial new funding for bullet train construction. And he wants nearly $700 million more for Medi-Cal, the state’s healthcare program for the poor, which is expanding under President
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