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1. TAX RECEIPTS SHORT.......................................VO/SOT

2. DELTA PUMPS RESUME.....................................VO/SOT

3. TEACHER HOME VISITS.....................................VO/SOT

4. BILL DEADLINE WRAP UP........................UNSCRIPTED

1. TAX RECEIPTS SHORT VO/SOT

LIVE: STATE TAX REVENUES FROM PERSONAL INCOME, SALES AND USE TAXES IS MORE THAN THREE QUARTERS OF A BILLION DOLLARS LESS THAN THE GOVERNOR ESTIMATED FOR THE MAY REVISION FOR THE STATE BUDGET. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER SENT A LETTER TO THE LEGISLATIVE LEADERS AND BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS INFORMING THEM OF THE DISCREPANCY.

SUPER: APRIL 17, 2007/FRANCHISE TAX BOARD/SACRAMENTO COUNTY

SUPER: MAY 14, 2007/SECRETARY OF STATE'S AUDITORIUM/SACRAMENTO

VO: (:20)

NOT ALL TAX REVENUE INFORMATION FOR MAY IS AVAILABLE TO THE GOVERNOR'S FINANCE DEPARTMENT, SO THE ESTIMATED SHORTFALL COULD BE BETTER OR WORSE THAN CURRENTLY THOUGHT. THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT SAYS PRELIMINARY CASH RECEIPT INFORMATION INDICATES THE STATE WILL RECEIVE 764 MILLION FEWER TAX DOLLARS THAN SCHWARZENEGGER ANTICIPATED WHEN PRODUCING THE MAY REVISE LAST MONTH.

SUPER: H.D. PALMER/DEPUTY DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

SOT: (00:42-01:17)(:35)

SAYS: "WE DON'T KNOW YET FOR SURE, THAT'S WHAT THE CASH SHORT FALL APPEARS TO BE. WE'LL HAVE MORE DATA LATER ON THIS MONTH, BUT WHAT WE RECEIVED WAS OF A MAGNITUDE THAT WE THOUGHT WAS IMPORTANT TO LET THE LEGISLATURE KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, CONSIDERING THEY'RE IN THE MIDST OF DEBATING THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE COMING FISCAL YEAR. UNDER THE NO SURPRISES THEORY AND OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION, WE WANTED TO FLAG THIS TO THE LEGISLATURE AS SOON AS WE GOT A SENSE OF HOW BIG THE PROBLEM MIGHT BE AND WHAT THE CAUSES WERE."

SUPER: JUNE 30, 2006/STATE CAPITOL/SACRAMENTO

CONT. VO: (:17) DEMOCRATS IN THE LEGISLATURE AND THE GOVERNOR ARE DETERMINED TO NEGOTIATE A BUDGET BEFORE THE JUNE 30TH DEADLINE FOR A SPENDING PLAN. REPUBLICANS SAY THEY ARE MORE CONCERNED WITH NOT INCREASING STATE SPENDING AND ELIMINATING PROJECTED DEFICITS FOR THE 2008-2009 FISCAL YEAR. THE GOVERNOR AND SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE ARE MORE INCLINED TO NEGOTIATE LONG TERM BUDGET REFORM AFTER PASSING THE SPENDING PLAN FOR THE COMING FISCAL YEAR.

SUPER: H.D. PALMER/DEPUTY DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

SOT: (:17)

SAYS: "HE WANTED TO ENGAGE IN A DIALOGUE WITH THE LEGISLATURE. HEAR THEIR CONCERNS THIS PROPOSALS, SEE IF WE CAN REACH AN AGREEMENT ON BUDGET REFORMS THAT CAN GARNER BI-PARTISAN SUPPORT, WE THINK THE CLIMATE'S RIGHT FOR THE DISCUSSION AND WE THINK THAT WILL OCCUR AFTER WE GET A RESPONSIBLE, ON TIME BUDGET DONE."

SUPER: SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE DON PERATA/D-OAKLAND

SOT: (:27)

SAYS: "IT'S COMPLICATED AND YOU'D BE THE FIRST PEOPLE TO RUN US THROUGH WHEN WE BLOW A DEADLINE. SO RATHER THAN TO TELL PEOPLE UNTIL WE RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM, WE'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE A BUDGET, WHY PUT EVERYBODY IN THE STATE AT RISK WHEN WE FIGURE OUT SOMETHING TO DO. IF WE START SOMETHING IN THE FALL, WHICH WOULD BE IN SEPTEMBER, WE COULD GET IT IN PLAY, OR PART OF IT IN PLAY AS SOON AS NEXT YEAR, SO IT'S JUST NOT PRACTICALLY NOT POSSIBLE TO DO THAT RIGHT NOW."

SUPER: TODAY/STATE CAPITOL/SACRAMENTO

VO TAG: THE BUDGET CONFERENCE COMMITTEE HAS BEEN THROUGH THE SENATE'S AND ASSEMBLY'S VERSIONS OF THE BUDGET BILL TWICE IN THE PAST WEEK. THEY PLAN TO MEET THIS COMING WEEK TO RESOLVE ANY DISCREPANCIES AND MAKE SOME DECISIONS ON TRANSPORTATION BOND FUNDING. THE VOTERS APPROVED 19 BILLIONS DOLLARS FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS LAST NOVEMBER.

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SUPER: H.D. PALMER/DEPUTY DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

SOT: (:20)

SAYS: "THEY'VE DEMONSTRATED THEY CAN WORK TOGETHER ON A BIPARTISAN MANNER TO GET THINGS DONE. LAST YEAR, IN AN ELECTION YEAR, NO ONE EVER WOULD HAVE DREAMED THAT REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS WOULD COOPERATE WITH GOVERNOR SCHWARZENEGGER TO GET AN ON TIME BUDGET, LO AND BEHOLD, ON JUNE THE 30TH THE LEGISLATIVE LEADERS AND THE GOVERNOR WERE INSIDE THE CAPITOL, SIGNING AN ON TIME BUDGET. WE THINK THERE'S A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A REPEAT PERFORMANCE THIS YEAR."

SUPER: SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE DON PERATA/D-OAKLAND

SOT: (:46)

SAYS: "THIS FALL WE ARE GOING TO UNVEIL, AND I DON'T HAVE ANY DETAILS YET, BUT WE'RE GOING TO COME UP WITH SOMETHING THAT IS GOING TO TRY TO RECONCILE THE BUDGET WITH REALITY. THIS IS NOT AN HONEST BUDGET, WE'VE BEEN SCOTCH TAPING AND GUMMING THIS THING TOGETHER FOR A LONG TIME, BUT EVER SINCE WE GOT RID OF THE VEHICLE LICENSE FEE WE TOOK FOUR AND A HALF BILLION DOLLARS OUT OF THE BUDGET, AND SOME PEOPLE HAVE BEEN RUNNING AROUND HERE AS THOUGH IT WERE UNNECESSARY TO HAVE THAT MONEY, WELL NOW WE KNOW IT WAS NECESSARY AND WE'RE SHORT CHANGING A LOT OF THINGS AND PAPERING THINGS OVER TO BE ABLE TO FIGHT FOR ANOTHER YEAR AND I THINK IT'S TIME TO STOP THAT, BUT YOU'RE RIGHT, WE'RE ALL COMPLICIT IN THIS AND IT'S WRONG AND YOU TALK ABOUT CYNICISM, THAT'S WHAT MAKES PEOPLE CYNICAL."

2. DELTA PUMPS RESUME VO/SOT

LIVE: THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES WILL REACTIVATE ITS PUMPS IN THE SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN RIVER DELTA AFTER 10 DAYS OF BEING SHUT DOWN. THE DEPARTMENT ORDERED THE PUMPS SHUT OFF LAST WEEK, TO KEEP MIGRATING DELTA SMELT FROM BEING KILLED.

SUPER: FILE/DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES VIDEO

SUPER: FILE

VO: (:20)

THE SMELT ARE CONSIDERED AN INDICATOR OF THE DELTA'S OVERALL VIABILITY. THE TINY FISH ARE NEARING EXTINCTION, WHICH MOST FEAR SIGNALS THE DECLINE OF THE ECOSYSTEM IN THE REGION THAT PROVIDES 24 MILLION CALIFORNIANS WITH DRINKING AND AGRICULTURAL WATER. THE PUMPS WILL BE RE-STARTED ON SUNDAY, AT 10 PERCENT OF THEIR NORMAL SPEED. THE DEPARTMENT WILL NOT SAY WHEN THE PUMPS WILL RETURN TO FULL SPEED.

SUPER: SUE SIMS/PUBLIC AFFAIRS DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

SOT: (:16)

SAYS: "THAT'S REALLY A GAME DAY DECISION ON A DAY TO DAY BASIS. AND WE'LL HAVE TO LOOK VERY CAREFULLY, OUR AGENCY AND THE FISH AGENCIES AT WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE DELTA SO WE CAN MAKE THOSE DECISIONS ABOUT WHEN AND HOW QUICKLY WE CAN GO BACK TO A MUCH MORE NORMAL SITUATION IN TERMS OF THE PUMPING."

VO TAG: THE FEDERAL PUMPS, WHICH ARE NEAR THE STATE'S IN THE DELTA HAVE NOT COLLECTED ANY SMELT IN THE LAST WEEK, WHICH IS WHY THE STATE OFFICIALS BELIEVE TURNING THE PUMPS BACK ON WILL NOT ENDANGER ANY MORE FISH. THE PUMPS ARE BEING TURNED BACK ON AT LIMITED SPEEDS TO ENSURE WATER GETS TO EAST BAY COMMUNITIES LIKE PLEASANTON AND LIVERMORE. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND CENTRAL VALLEY WATER USERS WILL CONTINUE TO GET MOST OF THEIR SUPPLY FROM THE SAN LUIS RESERVOIR IN MERCED COUNTY.

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SUPER: SUE SIMS/PUBLIC AFFAIRS DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

SOT: (:28)

SAYS: "THESE ARE REALLY AN INDICATOR SPECIES. A LOT OF PEOPLE ATTRIBUTE THEM TO A CANARY IN A COAL MINE, AND AS THE SMELT GO, IT'S AN INDICATION OF HOW BROKEN THE DELTA IS. THERE'S LOTS GOING ON IN THE DELTA, IT'S NOT JUST WATER OPERATIONS, WE'VE GOT ISSUES OF INVASIVE SPECIES, WE'VE GOT A VERY UNPRODUCTIVE ESTUARY AT THIS POINT, WE'VE GOT TOXIC ISSUES, THIS IS THE ONE THAT'S WITHIN OUR DEPARTMENT'S CONTROL AND THAT'S WHY WE DECIDED TO TAKE THE ACTION. BUT A BIGGER FIX FOR THE DELTA IS DEFINITELY NEEDED."

SOT: (:39)

SAYS: "WE'RE LOOKING AT A SITUATION OF BALANCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS WITH THE WATER SUPPLY NEEDS. WE'VE GOT COMMUNITIES IN THE EAST BAY, PARTICULARLY PLEASANTON AND LIVERMORE THAT ARE REALLY COMING ONTO A CRUNCH TIME RIGHT NOW IN TERMS OF THEIR WATER DELIVERIES. THEY'VE HAD TO GO TO CONTINGENCY PLANS AND EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AND GROUND WATER PUMPING THAT THEY TYPICALLY WOULDN'T. FORTUNATELY THEY'VE GOT THOSE SYSTEMS THAT THEY CAN LOOK TO BUT WE'VE GOT WATER TREATMENT PLANTS, FARMERS, BUSINESSES AND HOME OWNERS THAT NEED THE WATER SO WITH THIS GRADUAL RESTART WE'LL BE SUPPLYING THOSE NEEDS WHILE TRYING TO MAKE SURE WE DO EVERYTHING THAT WE CAN IN THE DELTA THAT'S WITHIN OUR POWER."

SOT: (:21)

SAYS: "PEOPLE INCLUDING THE MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES ARE RECOGNIZING THAT EVEN IF THE PUMPS DO START THIS IS GOING TO BE A VERY DRY YEAR, PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE THOSE LITTLE STEPS THAT WE CAN ALL TAKE IN OUR HOMES TO CONSERVE WATER IN OUR LAWNS, IN OUR HOMES AND IN OUR BUSINESSES. AND WE REALLY NEED TO BE LOOKING AT WAYS TO SQUEEZE THE MOST OUT OF EVERY DROP OF WATER."

3. TEACHER HOME VISITS VO/SOT

LIVE:

THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION HOPES TO EXPAND A PROGRAM THAT PAYS TEACHERS EXTRA MONEY FOR ATTENDING HOW-TO CLASSES ON CONDUCTING IN-HOME VISITS WITH PARENTS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. SUPERINTENDENT JACK O'CONNELL VISITED A SACRAMENTO-AREA SCHOOL THIS MORNING TO PROMOTE HOME VISITS BY TEACHERS.

SUPER: TODAY/ C.M. GOETHE MIDDLE SCHOOL-SACRAMENTO

VO: (:20)

CURRENTLY, ABOUT 200 SCHOOLS IN CALIFORNIA ARE RECEIVING 4.2 MILLION DOLLARS IN STATE GRANTS FOR IN-HOME VISITS. SACRAMENTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL SANTIAGO CHAPA SAYS ABOUT TWO-THIRDS OF THE GRANTS GO TO PAY TEACHERS ABOUT A THOUSAND DOLLARS EACH FOR TAKING CLASSES ON HOW TO CONDUCT HOME VISITS.

SUPER: SANTIAGO CHAPA/PRINCIPAL/BRET HARTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, SACRAMENTO

SOT: (0:08)

SAYS: "THE MAJORITY OF FUNDING GOES TO COMPENSATE TEACHERS FOR THE EFFORTS TO GO OUT AN MAKE THESE CONNECTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY."

VO TAG:

O'CONNELL SAYS IN-HOME TEACHER VISITS ARE NEEDED BECAUSE MANY PARENTS ARE NOT ENGAGED IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION, OR DON'T HAVE TIME TO VISIT SCHOOLS FOR TRADITIONAL PARENT- TEACHER CONFERENCES. HE SAYS HIS GOAL IS TO EXPAND THE PROGRAM TO EVERY PUBLIC SCHOOL IN THE STATE, MAKING THE PROGRAM AVAILABLE TO PARENTS OF ALL UNDERPERFORMING STUDENTS.

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SUPER: STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION JACK O'CONNELL/D-SAN LUIS OBISPO

SOT: (0:31)

SAYS: "MANY OF OUR PARENTS HAVE MULTIPLE JOBS, AND THEY SIMPLY DON'T HAVE TIME, THEY MAY HAVE CHILD CARE RESPONSIBILITIES WITH OTHER CHILDREN AT HOME TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT OR OPEN HOUSE, OR DO A PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE. MANY OF OUR PARENTS WON'T BE ABLE TO LOG ON AND VISIT A SCHOOL'S WEB-SITE, OR EVEN A TEACHER'S WEB SITE. SO THIS PROGRAM WILL ESTABLISH THE PROTOCOLS NECESSARY TO REALLY ENGAGE THE PARENTS IN A MUCH MORE FAMILIAR SETTING, THE PARENTS OWN HOME, THE PARENTS' LIVING ROOM."

4. BILL DEADLINE WRAP UP UNSCRIPTED

INFO: TODAY WAS THE DEADLINE FOR BILLS TO PASS OUT OF THEIR HOUSE OF ORIGIN FOR MOVEMENT INTO THE OPPOSITE HOUSE, THEN THE GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE IF THEY SURVIVE THE PROCESS. THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY FINISHED YESTERDAY AFTER CONSIDERING HUNDREDS OF BILLS. ONE BILL THAT WOULD NOT PASS WAS BY ASSEMBLYMAN IRA RUSKIN (D-REDWOOD CITY) THAT WOULD HAVE GIVEN REBATES TO PURCHASERS OF HYBRID AND OTHER FUEL EFFICIENT VEHICLES, PAID FOR BY ADDITIONAL CHARGES ON SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES AND SOME TYPES OF TRUCKS AND MINI VANS (SOUNDBITES BELOW). TUESDAY, THE ASSEMBLY PASSED A BILL BY ASSEMBLYWOMAN JULIA BROWNLEY/D-SANTA MONICA TO GIVE STUDENTS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE EXIT EXAM TO PROVE THEY HAVE MASTERED MATH AT AN EIGHTH GRADE LEVEL AND LANGUAGE SKILLS AT A 10TH GRADE LEVEL AND ANOTHER BY JOEL ANDERESON/D-LA MESA TO REQUIRE THE STATE EMPLOYEES AND TEACHERS PENSION FUNDS TO DIVEST FROM ENERGY AND DEFENSE COMPANIES IN IRAN (SOUNDBITES BELOW). IN ADDITION THIS WEEK, THE ASSEMBLY PASSED BILLS TO MAKE IT A MISDEMEANOR TO MISREPRESENT ONESELF AS THE RECIPIENT OF A MILITARY MEDAL OR DECORATION (ASM PAUL COOK/R-YUCCA VALLEY), TO CLEARLY LABEL FLAVORED MALT BEVERAGES AND BEER TO INDICATE THEY CONTAIN ALCOHOL (JIM BEALL/D-SAN JOSE), REQUIRE HOSPITALS TO OFFER FLU AND PNEUMONIA VACCINES TO ELDERLY PATIENTS BEFORE THEY'RE DISCHARGED (ASM PATTY BERG/D-EUREKA), EXPANDING PENALTIES FOR SEXUAL MISCONDUCT WITH CHILDREN (DOUG LA MALFA/R-RICHVALE), CONDOM DISTRIBUTION TO PRISON INMATES (SANDRE SWANSON/D-OAKLAND), BANNING THE USE OF CERTAIN FIRE RETARDANTS IN FURNITURE (MARK LENO/D-SAN FRANCISCO), AND BANNING TRANSFATS FROM FOOD IN RESTAURANTS (TONY MENDOZA/D-ARTESIA). IN THE SENATE, SOME BILLS THAT PASSED THIS WEEK INCLUDED: REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THOSE WHO GATHER SIGNATURES FOR BALLOTS (JENNY OROPEZA/D-LONG BEACH), TWO BILLS BY SENATOR MIKE MACHADO/D-LINDEN TO REGULATE HOME VALUES AND MORTGAGES AND FURTHER DISCLOSURE OF RISING PAYMENTS ON CERTAIN TYPES OF LOANS, AND BANNING TRANSFATS FROM SCHOOL LUNCHES (ELAINE ALQUIST/D-SANTA CLARA).

SUPER: JUNE 7, 2007/STATE CAPITOL/SACRAMENTO

VO: (:30)

SUPER: ASSEMBLYMAN IRA RUSKIN/D-REDWOOD CITY

SOT: (:46)

SAYS: "THE HIGH COST OF FUEL IS SOMETHING THAT VACILLATES AND IT DOES NOT SEEM TO PRODUCE THE RESULTS THAT ARE NEEDED. WE NEED TO GET MORE CLEAN CARS ON THE ROAD AND WHAT MY BILL WOULD DO WOULD BE TO CREATE AN INCENTIVE FOR CONSUMERS TO GET THEM TO BUY THE CLEANER CARS WHILE STILL PROVIDING A GREAT DEAL OF CHOICE FOR THOSE CONSUMERS. THERE WOULD BE MANY SUV'S FOR THOSE WHICH WOULD BE A REBATE, OR WHICH THE PRICE WOULD NOT BE EFFECTED, THERE'D BE TRUCKS WHO'S PRICE NOT BE EFFECTED. MINI VANS LIKE THE HONDA ODYSSEY FAMILY MINI VANS THAT WOULD GET PEOPLE A REBATE AND NOT BE EFFECTED."

SUPER: ASSEMBLYMAN ANTHONY ADAMS/R-HESPERIA

SOT: (:21)

SAYS: "THIS ISN'T AN INCENTIVE FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR, IT'S A MANDATE. IF THE MARKETPLACE ALREADY HAS ENOUGH STRUCTURE IN PLACE, LET'S BE HONEST I DRIVE A HYBRID TRUCK. I DID IT BECAUSE I MADE A PERSONAL CHOICE, AND MY CHOICE DROVE A MARKET PLACE DECISION, NOBODY HAD TO FORCE ME TO DO IT. NO ONE HAD TO GIVE ME A BIG COST SAVINGS TO DO SO."

SUPER: JUNE 5, 2007/STATE CAPITOL/SACRAMENTO

VO: (:25)

SUPER: ASSEMBLYWOMAN JULIA BROWNLEY/D-SANTA MONICA

SOT: (:34)

SAYS: "I AM NOT ELIMINATING THE EXIT EXAM, I AM ONLY TRYING TO ENHANCE OTHER MEASUREMENTS IN ADDITION TO THE HIGH SCHOOL EXIT EXAM, FOR THOSE KIDS WHO ARE PROFICIENT TO FIND ANOTHER VENUE FOR THEM TO PASS AN ASSESSMENT AND GO ON AND GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL. AND I BELIEVE, THAT THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION HAS VERY HIGH STANDARDS AND HAS BEEN A LEADER FOR HIGH STANDARDS AND ACCOUNTABILITY AND THIS BILL IS A COMPLIMENT TO WHAT HE'S TRYING TO ACHIEVE."

SUPER: JACK O'CONNELL/ STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION /D-SAN LUIS OBISPO

SOT: (0:17)

SAYS: "I REALLY BELIEVE IN ACCOUNTABILITY, AND I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE CONTINUE TO HAVE HIGH STANDARDS AS STRICT ACCOUNTABILITY FORT OUR STUDENTS, FOR OUR EDUCATORS, AND I'M JUST NOT AWARE OF ANY ALTERNATIVE THAT EXISTS TODAY THAT MEASURES ACCURATELY OUR HIGH STANDARDS FOR ALL OF OUR STUDENTS."

SUPER: PATRICIA MACHT /PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER-CALPERS

SOT: (0:26)

SAYS: "UNLESS THE PRESIDENT OR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GIVES DIRECTION TO ALL SHAREHOLDERS IN AMERICA THAT THEY SHOULD NOT INVEST IN FOREIGN COMPANIES, YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE THAT IS BEING SET OUT THERE. SO THE REAL PROBLEM ISN'T THAT CAL PERS IS SPECIFICALLY INVESTED, THE REAL PROBLEM IS THAT WE HAVE NO NATIONAL POLICY THAT WE CAN, THAT CAN INFORM ALL INVESTORS."

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