Schwarzenegger To Veto California Budget

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is about to become the first governor in state history to veto an entire budget.

He says the much-delayed plan that lawmakers approved lacked long-term fiscal reforms and would hurt taxpayers.

John Myers reports for KQED.

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