Schwarzenegger Seeks Major Public Works Spending In a State of the State speech, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proposes to spend $222 billion in public works improvements over 20 years. He'd use the biggest bond issue in state history to help pay for the project.
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Schwarzenegger Seeks Major Public Works Spending

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Schwarzenegger Seeks Major Public Works Spending

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Schwarzenegger Seeks Major Public Works Spending

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In a State of the State speech, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proposes to spend $222 billion in public works improvements over 20 years. He'd use the biggest bond issue in state history to help pay for the project.