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July 27, 2007 5:50 AM

The AM Alert

Day 27

. Still no budget On Thursday, Senate President Pro Tem

Don Perata

appealed to Gov.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

to help end the budget stalemate. "I mean

the governor's the guy that I'm looking to now for the leadership

-- to get everybody to calm down now," Perata said. Schwarzenegger called a press conference and announced the budget should

not be "delayed any longer

." Within the hour, the governor announced his plans for today, which include a meeting with

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

in San Jose. The pair will tour Echelon Corp., a California company that develops technology to limit

greenhouse-gas emissions

. Schwarzenegger will join Ban Ki-moon for a mid-morning press conference about California's efforts to curb greenhouse-gas emissions. Up in South Lake Tahoe, the

California Manufacturers and Technology Association

wraps up a three-day conference about "Leading the Way on Climate Change." The highlight of Friday's schedule is a keynote address by California Public Utilities Commission President

Michael Peevey

.

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