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The Assembly chamber in the state Capitol, Sacramento. (Photo: Felix Lipov)
ANALYSIS: During the budget negotiations in September, there was talk in the Capitol about whether it was proper – or even legal – for California lawmakers to pass two measures amending the state budget that had been adopted three months earlier. These two bills, known as “junior” budget bills, were approved along with a half-dozen budget trailer bills making numerous policy changes in state law for the 2017-18 fiscal year. Gov. Brown signed them all.
State Capitol in Sacramento. (Photo: Shuttesrstock)
This is the final installment in a series of articles dealing with the procedural myths and realities of the California Legislature.
Illustration: David Carilett, via Shutterstock.
California will soon have a population of 40 million. It is a huge, diverse, complex state — really more of a nation-state made of distinct regions. And California’s economy is equally complex. In fact, it’s not a state economy at all, but a series of regional economies. Californians know that the time to fix our state’s economy is now. People from every region are standing up and demanding change.