Californians Approve Schwarzenegger's Budget Plan

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California voters approve two ballot measures that will allow the state to borrow a record $15 billion and require a balanced budget. The vote is a major victory for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who called the plan vital to the state's economic recovery and spent considerable time and money pushing for passage. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.

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