Brown signed the $86 billion spending plan a day before the July 1 start of the fiscal year. The budget package is a combination of spending cuts, fee hikes and relies on higher tax collections that might never materialize. Under the plan, General Fund spending is at its lowest level since the 1972-73 fiscal year when measured as a share of the state’s economy. Cuts enacted will affect nearly every aspect of California government, from universities and state parks to in-home services. Click here to get more information about the budget directly from Governor Brown.
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