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Monday, July 16, 2007
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1. BUDGET 16 DAYS OVERDUE VO/SOT
The state budget is now 16 days overdue. The Assembly is not in session and the Senate does not plan to vote on a spending plan during today's floor session. The governor is in Merced County promoting dam construction and water conservation. Efforting soundbites and video from Capitol regarding status of budget negotiations.
2. AIR REGULATIONS VO/SOT
The California Air Resources Board will consider regulations that will cost more than three billion dollars for construction and other vehicles. A group of those involved in the industry called "Coalition to Build A Cleaner California" says it has an alternate proposal and that the trucks required to comply with diesel emission requirements would not be available in the quantities that would be necessary by the compliance date. Efforting soundbites and video.
3. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CHANGE OF COMMAND VO/SOT
The United States Army Corps of Engineers will conduct its change of command ceremony on the State Capitol grounds. Efforting soundbites and video.
--FYI ONLY NO VIDEO--
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is at San Luis Reservoir in Merced County to discuss water supply issues.
The Senate convenes at noon. The Assembly checks in as required to collect per diem which will occur retroactively when a budget is signed.
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