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Newsom’s budget will make California’s problems worse

With the political maelstroms in Washington D.C., it’s easy to overlook California’s own pressing problems. Recently, Gov. Gavin Newsom submitted his 2021-22 State Budget proposal, which would make California’s troubles go from bad to worse. The $227.2 billion fiscal blueprint increases government unions’ power and wealth, pouring gasoline on California’s myriad public policy fires. More government spending won’t fix the economic problems facing the state. California has the country’s seventh-hi...
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LAUSD says it has no intention of suing over Newsom’s school reopening proposal

The Los Angeles Unified School District has no intention of suing the state over Gov. Gavin Newsom’s school reopening proposal, the district said Thursday, Jan. 14. Although the school board had, during its meeting this week, granted Superintendent Austin Beutner permission to explore all options — including legal actions — for seeking government reimbursement for the 30 million meals the district has provided to needy adults in the community since the coronavirus pandemic began, it did not auth...
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Community groups join LAUSD-led campaign to speak out about Newsom’s school reopening proposal

More than a half-dozen educational and community organizations have joined in a campaign led by the Los Angeles Unified School District to apply pressure on the state to adopt a school reopening plan that would, in their opinion, better address the needs of the state’s most vulnerable students. Representatives from 28 organizations, including Partnership for LA Schools, Educators for Excellence-Los Angeles and the LA Area Chamber of Commerce, sent a joint letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday...
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Australia: Victoria State Budget 2020-21: Kick-starting the post-pandemic economy with major tax cuts - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

After a significant delay in a severely disrupted year, the Victorian Government delivered its State Budget for 2020-21.
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Furloughs, layoffs loom for Hawaii government workers, Kauai reinstates 14-day quarantine, Supreme Court blocks police union attempt to keep discipline records secret, Kealohas to be sentenced today, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Merrie Monarch event pre-COVID ©2020 All Hawaii NewsNext Year's Merrie Monarch Festival Is On But With No Live Audience. Organizers of the Merrie Monarch Festival announced there will be no live audience for the annual hula competition next year. Tickets to the spring event usually go on sale around Dec. 1, but the sales have been canceled. Instead, organizers and sponsors are exploring other options given the ongoing pandemic. Hawaii Public Radio.Merrie Monarch 2021 Will Have No L...
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California Assembly To Cast Final Vote On State Budget

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Assembly will return to work on Friday from their summer recess to vote on a spending plan that closes the state’s estimated $54.3 billion deficit through a combination of temporary tax increases, delayed spending and cuts to colleges, courts and state worker salaries. The vote comes after the state Senate approved the $202.1 billion spending plan late Thursday, hours after Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a “budget emergency” for the first time. The move gives...
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California governor agrees to nix cuts for seniors, others

By ADAM BEAM SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom has agreed not to cut funding for child care programs and health insurance for low-income older adults as part of his plan to cover the state’s estimated $54.3 billion budget deficit. Newsom’s budget proposal had recommended making fewer older adults eligible for Medicaid to save nearly $68 million. He had also proposed 10% cuts to all child care programs that help low-income adults go to work. After negotiations with the state Legislature, Newsom has ...
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California Lawmakers Take Up Budget In Tense Economic Times

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Legislature will meet Monday to pass a budget for these uncertain times, without knowing how much money they have to spend and without an agreement with Gov. Gavin Newsom, whose veto pen could force lawmakers to start over. The result will be a speculative spending plan that leaves cash-strapped local governments and public school districts hanging as they await their fate in a budget that must somehow cover a deficit the governor’s office has estimated a...
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Billions in cuts proposed as California revenue plunges

By ADAM BEAM SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Reflecting the drastic financial shortfall California is facing from the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday proposed canceling $6.1 billion in spending increases that include nixing planned expansions of health coverage for vulnerable populations. Newsom’s 2020-2021 budget estimates unemployment will climb to nearly 25 percent and overall tax revenues will drop by about a quarter. It also calls for a 10% pay cut for all state workers, including ...
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Union leaders: California governor to propose 10% pay cut to help fill budget gap

By ADAM BEAM SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom will propose a 10% pay cut on Thursday, part of his plan to fill a projected $54.3 billion budget deficit caused by the coronavirus-induced economic downturn, according to union leaders for California state workers. SEIU Local 1000 President Yvonne Walker said in a Facebook video that Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office informed her of the proposed cut on Wednesday. A state official with knowledge of the budget confirmed the proposal, adding it will be ...
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Gov. Newsom proposes $20,000 stipends for high school teachers in California budget

By ADAM BEAM and DON THOMPSON SACRAMENTO, Calif.  — California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed Friday to provide $20,000 stipends for teachers who teach at a high needs school for four years, eating up $100 million of the state’s budget for the next fiscal year. His budget proposal also includes health care for 27,000 older low-income immigrants who are in the country illegally. When it comes to encouraging more teachers, “It’s not that complicated. Train your teachers, make them the best, the bright...
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Gov. Newsom submits revised budget plan with huge surplus

By Katy Murphy and John Woolfolk SACRAMENTO —  California is in the money, thanks to a flurry of tech IPOs expected to raise some $700 million in new tax revenue. But underlying the rosy state budget plan with a record $21.5 billion surplus that Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled Thursday glares a sobering paradox: Many of the state’s families are barely getting by. “The affordability crisis families face in this state is very real,” Newsom said, “and that’s why this budget tackles those challenges head...
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Tax Credit for Films Removed from State Budget

The House version of the two-year state budget eliminates a tax break that has been both praised by fans and panned by critics – a $40 million tax credit for the movie industry. Both researchers from the left and right say it doesn’t pay off. Wendy Patton with the progressive Policy Matters Ohio says a study from Cleveland State found most of the jobs created by the state’s motion picture tax credit were temporary, and that film tax credits haven’t worked well for other states either. “There has...
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Republican Lawmaker Wants Tax Cut in State Budget

There have been tax cuts in nearly every state budget since 2005. But Governor Mike DeWine has said now is the time to invest in Ohio, so there are no tax cuts in his budget. Some on the panel that makes changes to the budget are considering whether a tax cut can or should be included. Lawmakers are being advised by their economic researchers to cut the spending increase in DeWine’s budget by 25 percent. Republican Rep. Jim Butler (R-Oakwood) is on the House Finance Committee, and said he’s disa...
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You might have unclaimed property from California, but the process can be frustrating (and watch for scams)

Just for giggles, Paul Hegness entered his name into the California state controller’s online database for unclaimed property, where more than 48 million items worth $9.3 billion await their rightful owners. “What a surprise!” said Hegness of Newport Beach, delighted to discover $83 from an insurance company he did business with years ago. Delighted, that is, until he tried to claim that money. He spent 15 minutes filling out an online form, then got a response saying his claim could not be made...
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Netherlands: State Budget 2019 - Social Affairs And Employment - Dentons

True to tradition, the Minister of Finance presented the September Budget Memorandum on September 18 (the third Tuesday in September).
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California lawmakers pass $139 billion budget expanding help for poor

By JONATHAN J. COOPER The Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. — State lawmakers approved a $139 billion budget Thursday that uses California’s massive surplus to boost funding for homeless programs, welfare, child care and universities while also socking some money into savings. The budget, which boosts spending 9 percent for the fiscal year beginning July 1, was approved with support mainly from Democrats. “We’ve done something pretty great for people in California,” said Sen. Connie Leyva, a D...
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Mozambique:Internal Public Debt Set to Increase

[Verdade] The Government of Filipe Jacinto Nyusi plans to increase the Internal Public Debt during the 2018 fiscal year by at least 84.2 billion meticais to finance its State Budget which is expected to continue without support from the Cooperation Partners for the third consecutive year, V erdade 's Adérito Caldeira reports .
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Gov. Jerry Brown proposes $137.6 billion budget, provides $359 million to tackle homelessness

By Katy Murphy and John Woolfolk SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown urged caution Friday as he unveiled a $137.6 billion revised state budget proposal that boosts education funding to an all-time high and directs some surplus toward homelessness, mental health and infrastructure while fully funding a “Rainy Day” reserve. Specifically, the budget provides $359 million from surpluss funds to help local governments grappling with homelessness, bridging a gap until new funding flows from new housing meas...
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Gov. Jerry Brown proposes $137.6 billion budget, provides $359 milllion to tackle homelessness

By Katy Murphy and John Woolfolk SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown urged caution Friday as he unveiled a $137.6 billion revised state budget proposal that boosts education funding to an all-time high and directs some surplus toward homelessness, mental health and infrastructure while fully funding a “Rainy Day” reserve. Specifically, the budget provides $359 million from surpluss funds to help local governments grappling with homelessness, bridging a gap until new funding flows from new housing meas...
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Legislative committees begin budget negotiations, Ige picks Hashimoto to fill Souki's House seat, Molokai leprosy memorial project approved, Kauai taxpayers get tax filing relief as they dig out from floods, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Monk seal pup with knife PC: Hawaii DLNR Endangered monk seal pup spotted with knife; but all is OK. West Hawaii Today.The state House and Senate on Tuesday began public discussions on next year’s budget, which is expected to total more than $14 billion. Star-Advertiser.State Office of Information Practices: Funding Denied, Again. The State Budget is in a joint conference committee this week to work out Senate and House differences. Hawaii Public Radio.Lawmakers May Expand Definition Of D...
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South Carolina Senate Sets April Debate on State Budget

South Carolina Senate lawmakers are planning to return next month to debate a funding plan for state government.
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Iowa House Approves $35M in Mid-Year Cuts to State Budget

The House has approved more than $35 million in mid-year cuts to Iowa's $7.2 billion budget.
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Brown’s final California budget plan proposes $132 billion in spending

By JONATHAN J. COOPER The Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif.  — Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown proposed a $131.7 billion state spending plan Wednesday, launching his final year of budget negotiations as he prepares to leave office. Brown’s proposal is up 5 percent from last year but includes little new spending on new programs. Once again warning that he believes a recession looms, Brown dedicated $5 billion toward the state’s Rainy Day fund, more than is constitutionally required. He also propose...
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Kentucky governor orders cuts of 1.3 percent to cover gap

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Matt Bevin has ordered budget cuts of 1.3 percent this fiscal year to meet a shortfall. The Consensus Forecasting Group earlier this month revised the estimate of tax receipts this fiscal year and projected that General Fund revenues will be $156 million less than previously budgeted. State Budget Director John […]
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Officials mull private prison partnerships, Finance Director Machida to retire, local banks share tax savings with employees, entangled humpback freed off Maui, homeless problems persist, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Community Correctional Center ©2017 All Hawaii News State prison officials consider private partnerships. State prison officials are asking lawmakers for $1 million to study the potential for forming “public-private partnerships” that could be used to help expand and modernize the crowded state correctional system. Star-Advertiser.State Finance Director Machida to retire, following 2 surgeries. State Director of Finance Wesley Machida, who has served as the state’s budget director ...
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October on Target with State Budget Projections

After a tough year of forecasting last year, the state's budget projections turned out to be right on target for last month. The state budget office estimates for how much personal income tax revenue it would bring in for October were off by just $141,000. Several categories of taxes were up sharply, such as the commercial activity tax -- nearly 25 percent above estimates for the month. But total tax revenue for the month was down by $80 million or 3 percent, and for the year, it's $13 million o...
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Audit: School districts reap millions by OKing far-flung charters

By Jessica Calefati, CALmatters Several small, cash-strapped California school districts are using a loophole in state law to boost their revenue by overseeing a raft of far-flung charter schools, according to a recent report published by the state auditor. The result, the report says: dismal academic results for thousands of students and a lot of extra money for the districts, one of which increased its revenue more than 10-fold. Charter schools usually can’t open in California until they find ...
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Seattle Week in Review: State Budget, Startup Funding, Asteroid Day

The clock ticks toward midnight and the deadline for the state of Washington to pass a two-year budget or face a government shutdown. Lawmakers just released the 600-odd page, $43.7 billion budget for public review Friday morning. It was negotiated secretly. Some of the headlines include a 13.5 percent spending increase, and a $7.3 billion increase in school spending over the next four years—which may or may not be enough to meet the state’s constitutional obligation to adequately fund pu...
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Ohio Schools Concerned About a $100 Million Transportation Cut in the State Budget

Both the House and Senate increased the amount the state will spend on its 610 school districts beyond Gov. John Kasich’s original budget proposal. But school leaders are concerned about a big cut that’s remained through all three versions of the budget. The Senate budget puts $271 million more into schools than the House budget does, meaning that only about 75 districts will get less money than they got last year. But school leaders say the largest general revenue fund cut to any part of the bu...
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