By Katy Grimes | Cal Watchdog
California’s budget battles will begin on Friday when Gov. Jerry Brown releases his proposal for fiscal year 2014-15, which begins on July 1. The media and political buzz in the Capitol building is that the state has a surplus — and maybe voters even are ready for higher taxes.
“We now find that California’s state budget situation is even more promising than we projected one year ago,” stated a report on the 2014-15 budget by the Legislative Analyst’s Office. “The state’s budgetary condition is stronger than at any point in the past decade.”
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