California Lawmakers OK Compromise Budget

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The California Senate approves a compromise spending plan in an effort to end the state's budget deadlock. Senators say the bill, which features a combination of program cuts, heavy borrowing and no new taxes, is the first step toward climbing out of the state's $38 billion deficit. Hear NPR's Richard Gonzales.

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