and state parks would take strong hits in governor’s plan. He says
reductions must be made to close a $14.5-billion deficit.
SACRAMENTO — Facing the worst fiscal crisis of his tenure, Gov. Arnold
Schwarzenegger today proposed a $141-billion spending plan that would
reduce healthcare programs for the poor, close 48 state parks, release
tens of thousands of nonviolent inmates early and make substantial
changes in almost every area of the state’s budget.
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