Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to show how budget deficits often follow budget surplus years as he discusses his proposed $113 billion 2015-16 state budget at the Capitol last month. A new LAO projection says the state could take in $1 billion to $2 billion more in revenue than the administration projects through June.
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to show how budget deficits often follow budget surplus years as he discusses his proposed $113 billion 2015-16 state budget at the Capitol last month. A new LAO projection says the state could take in $1 billion to $2 billion more in revenue than the administration projects through June. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a chart to show how budget deficits often follow budget surplus years as he discusses his proposed $113 billion 2015-16 state budget at the Capitol last month. A new LAO projection says the state could take in $1 billion to $2 billion more in revenue than the administration projects through June. Rich Pedroncelli AP
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Analyst says revenue could be billions higher than Jerry Brown’s plan

February 09, 2015 03:54 PM

UPDATED February 10, 2015 07:54 AM

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