After seeing robust tax revenues in April, Gov. Gavin Newsom and California lawmakers will be able to propose more spending on one-time causes, such as paying down pension liabilities. Even though there will be more money to play with, look to see if Newsom will play the Jerry Brown card of fiscal restraint.
See what changed from Newsom’s initial proposed funding plan for California, and what comes next in the state budget process. POLITICO California Pro’s essential guide to the May Revise covers:
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