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The state's independent budget analyst said Friday that California will take in $3.2 billion more than Gov. Jerry Brown estimated, providing Democratic lawmakers an argument to funnel more money into state programs and setting up a spending showdown with the administration.(Photo: California Gov. Jerry Brown at a Los Angeles news conference in 2012).
In January, Governor Jerry Brown released the first draft of his proposal for California’s nearly $155 billion budget. What has happened since January that prompted changes to his plan?
Capital Public Radio’s Ben Adler joins the show to talk with us about what Brown's new plan has in store.