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Four-day work weeks for state workers and fewer services for some of California's most vulnerable residents are among the grim proposals outlined in Governor Brown's new spending plan. The state's budget deficit has ballooned to nearly $16 billion. Reporter: Julie Small
A hefty chunk of Governor Jerry Brown's newly proposed $8 billion in cuts may end up coming from state health care programs -- although previous attempts have been stymied by lawsuits or federal agencies. Reporter: Sarah Varney
The revised state budget slashes spending in almost every part of government, except for public education. But Governor Brown is warning again that schools are on the chopping block if voters don't approve the November tax measure he's backing. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
End Music: "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?" performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, from the album "Brubeck Time"