Newsom said his budget plan, intended to erase a $54.3-billion deficit through early next summer, is designed to preserve what it can in the state’s commitment to public health, public safety and public education. Even so, the proposal leaves few programs unscathed. And it lays the groundwork for even deeper cuts, which would be automatically triggered if President Trump and Congress fail to provide billions of dollars more in pandemic assistance.
“We are going to be dealing with challenges that we haven’t faced in some time,” Newsom said. Click here to read more: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-05-14/coronavirus-california-shutdown-deficit-may-revise-state-budget?utm_source=sfmc_100035609&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=News+Alert%3a+Coronavirus+shutdown+means+less+money+for+schools%2c+healthcare+in+California+budget%2c+News&utm_term=https%3a%2f%2fwww.latimes.com%2fcalifornia%2fstory%2f2020-05-14%2fcoronavirus-california-shutdown-deficit-may-revise-state-budget&utm_id=6715&sfmc_id=2420175