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COURTS California's court system, which has absorbed hundreds of millions of dollars in budget cuts during the state's financial crisis, got a slight dose of help in the governor's budget but nowhere Mbt Kaya Brown
PARKS AND ENVIRONMENT For the first time in years, the budget contains good news for state parks. No parks will be closed, no entrance fees raised and $40 million in new money is proposed to pay down the parks' long standing $1 billion in deferred maintained for roads, water systems, museums and trails. Meanwhile, the Brown administration projects that the state will receive $850 million in money from the state's greenhouse gas auctions in the year ahead. It is proposing that $550 million of that pay for projects to conserve water, restore wetlands, make state buildings energy efficient and reduce fire risk in forests. The budget also calls for reducing the Coastal Commission budget from $17 million back to $14 million, a level where it was two years ago.
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near what judicial leaders were seeking. The overall court budget would increase from about $3.1 billion to $3.27 billion in the governor's plan. The bulk would be for the state's 58 trial courts, which increase from $2.4 billion to $2.5 billion. But much of that would be offset by the fact trial courts, at the direction of the governor, have depleted their budget reserves in recent years to pay for budget cuts. The governor also indicated that far more judicial branch employees Vans Cyan
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TRANSPORTATION Allocates $250 million for high speed rail from cap and trade proceeds and another $50 million to modernize existing rail systems across the state. California's aging highways and streets would get an infusion of $337 million for repaving and maintenance work next fiscal year instead of in 2015 16. The DMV would get funding to establish five temporary offices throughout the state, including one in the South Bay, and may offer appointments on Saturdays at some locations.
must start paying a share of retirement costs, noting that many court employees still do not contribute anything despite state pension reforms.
HIGHER EDUCATION CSU and UC will see a 5 percent increase ($142 million each), as promised last year in the governor's multi year plan for higher education, as long as they don't raise tuition and fees. Community colleges, whose funding is tied to a constitutional guarantee also covering K 12 schools, will receive a boost of 11 percent. The Middle Class Scholarship, a subsidy for families earning up to $150,000, will take effect this year.
HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES Proposed $118 billion budget include $670 million to bolster Medi Cal, the state's health program for the poor. Includes a proposed $2 billion for In Home Supportive Services, a 6.4 percent increase over the 2013 14 budget and $2.8 billion a 1.2 percent increase from last fiscal year to augment the federal Supplemental Security Income program, which provides a monthly cash benefit to eligible aged, blind and disabled people.
K 12 SCHOOLS Average per pupil state Mbt Women's Pata guarantee funding projected to increase from $8,469 this school year to $9,194 next year. With billions being repaid to schools, they will get an 11.4 percent increase from this year.
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