California Reaches $103-Billion Budget Compromise

After a 26-day impasse, the California legislature and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have reached a deal on a $103 billion state budget. It calls for no new taxes, limited spending cuts and a lot of borrowing — a plan that analysts say is similar to what ousted Gov. Gray Davis came up with last year. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.

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