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https://completemarkets.com/Blog/post/http-www-mcveyinsurance-com-latest-news/1872/California-budget-accord-balances-restraint-social-services/
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="480" caption="Photo Credit: Rich Pedroncelli - Associated Press - June 10, 2013"][/caption] SACRAMENTO — The budget deal that lawmakers will vote on this week is an effort to mesh financial restraint with a desire to provide more social services and healthcare for the needy — giving the state's economy extra time to recover before some of the spending kicks in. The $96.3-billion deal, formally announced Tuesday by Gov.Jerry Brown and top legislators, sets the stage for hundreds of millions of dollars in new spending on welfare grants, tuition aid for university students and dental care for poor adults in future years. But the lawmakers agreed to hedge their bets on the recovering economy by paring back some proposals and holding off on some expenditures until next spring or summer. That way Brown, who was concerned about opening the spending spigot, can say he made good on his promise of fiscal prudence and Democratic legislators can highlight plans to restore spending — albeit delayed — as a success in their quest to rebuild the state's social safety net after years of deep cuts. "We are in a slower recovery than has historically been the case," Brown said at a Capitol news conference. "We're tempering the spending to the flow of the new funding." But Republicans said the budget would put the state on course for unsustainable spending increases. "It's the mullet budget," said Assemblyman Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo). "It's conservative up front, but it's liberal in the back." In addition to restoring some social welfare services, the spending blueprint includes plans for revamping education funding and healthcare. Some money will be shifted from wealthier schools to districts with high numbers of poor students and English learners. And state officials are preparing an expansion of California's public healthcare program as part of the federal overhaul initiated by President Obama. There's also money for energy-efficiency projects at schools and community colleges, paid for by a change in the corporate tax code approved by voters in November. McVey Insurance did not create this content. This article wast taken from www.latimes.com written by Chris Megerian and Anthony York.

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