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In Calif., Deficits Could Spur Taxes, Program Cuts

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In Calif., Deficits Could Spur Taxes, Program Cuts

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In Calif., Deficits Could Spur Taxes, Program Cuts

In Calif., Deficits Could Spur Taxes, Program Cuts

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California's budget deficit is now a projected $40 billion over the next 18 months.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is in a standoff with a recalcitrant legislature. The big debate is which is worse cuts or increased taxes. The governor wants to do both.

John Myers reports for member station KQED.

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