Steven Greenhut, Bloomberg

Jerry Brown's Plan B

Brown and Democratic legislators built their budget around the assumption that a voter proposition to raise taxes would pass, then “slashed” billions of dollars from education so they could warn about doomsday cuts. The strategy seems to be backfiring. What next?

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