Schwarzenegger Eyes End To Calif. Welfare Program Saying that the state is "backed into a corner," California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed $5 billion in deep spending cuts. Among the most controversial is his proposal to eliminate funding for the state's welfare-to-work program — known as Calworks.
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Schwarzenegger Eyes End To Calif. Welfare Program

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Schwarzenegger Eyes End To Calif. Welfare Program

Schwarzenegger Eyes End To Calif. Welfare Program

Schwarzenegger Eyes End To Calif. Welfare Program

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Saying that the state is "backed into a corner," California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed $5 billion in deep spending cuts.

Among the most controversial is his proposal to eliminate funding for the state's welfare-to-work program — known as Calworks.

John Myers reports for member station KQED.