Governor Jerry Brown set March 10 as a deadline for California legislators to pass a budget, but Brown and lawmakers hinted yesterday that the deal would not get done in time. The deadline is more of a symbolic marker: Brown wants to call a special election to let voters decide on raising taxes. If the special election doesn't happen, the Governor has said he'll recommend stark spending cuts. For more on California's budget woes, we turn to KQED capitol reporter John Myers.
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