Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to bolster his contention that state revenues are slowing as he proposes a 2017-18 budget Jan. 10. He and the Legislature’s budget analyst, Mac Taylor, disagree on how much revenue the state will have to spend.
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to bolster his contention that state revenues are slowing as he proposes a 2017-18 budget Jan. 10. He and the Legislature’s budget analyst, Mac Taylor, disagree on how much revenue the state will have to spend. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to bolster his contention that state revenues are slowing as he proposes a 2017-18 budget Jan. 10. He and the Legislature’s budget analyst, Mac Taylor, disagree on how much revenue the state will have to spend. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

How much money will California have to spend? Lawmakers and Brown disagree

March 15, 2017 02:44 PM