Politics & Government

December 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Assembly Democrats say they want to pay down debt, save and spend more

Assembly Democrats presented a 2014 budget agenda Wednesday that calls for using billions in projected new revenue to pay down debt and build an $8 billion reserve by 2017, while also proposing spending increases for California schools, hospitals and other programs.

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