Revised budget forecast = more cuts come January
A revised budget forecast on Tuesday showed California is bringing in $2.2 billion below in anticipated revenues the state had used in passing the budget last summer.
This means $1 billion in mid-year cuts will be coming, starting January 2012.
In total, revenues are estimated to be $86.2 billion, which is $2.2 billion below the Budget Act forecast.
Read the press release on the trigger cuts.
For more information on what programs and services will be cut, click here. (PDF)
San Jose Mercury News
(Ellen Rollins, President of SEIU 521 Home Care Chapter is quoted in this San Jose Mercury News article.)
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