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CA politicians start lobbying for state budget surplus




Gov. Jerry Brown unveils his proposed $92.5 billion  2012-13 state budget at a Capitol news conference in Sacramento, Calif.
Gov. Jerry Brown unveils his proposed $92.5 billion 2012-13 state budget at a Capitol news conference in Sacramento, Calif.
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Next week, Governor Jerry Brown is set to release a revised budget proposal for the state.

Currently California is on track to have a potential windfall of billions of dollars by the end of the fiscal year.

Democrats want to use that extra money to fund state programs that have had their budgets cut in recent years. However, the Brown administration isn't making any promises. 

Here to talk about the issue is John Myers. He's the political editor at ABC News 10 in Sacramento.