California Budget Deal Wins Few Fans

The California Assembly is expected to vote soon on a budget compromise for the fiscal year that began four weeks ago. The state Senate approved the plan Sunday. But lawmakers admit the budget — which relies on heavy borrowing, program cuts and business fee hikes — has something for almost everybody to hate. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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