Compromise in CA Budget Deadlock Comes to Vote

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The California state senate votes tonight on a compromise budget that hopes to end weeks of partisan deadlock. The budget — at Republican insistence — does not call for new taxes. Once the full legislature approves the measure, Democratic Gov. Gray Davis can turn his attention to the campaign to recall him from office. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.



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