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Budget Crisis Divides California Lawmakers

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Facing a midnight deadline, California legislators continue to disagree on a budget for the next fiscal year. The Democrat-dominated state legislature must bridge a $38 billion budget gap, but Republicans won't budge on raising taxes. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.

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