State Budget Condition Publications

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Performance Budgeting: Costs Are Certain, Results Are Pending

February 22, 1995 - Performance Budgeting: Costs Are Certain, Results Are Pending

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Options for Balancing the 1995-96 Budget

February 22, 1995 - Options for Balancing the 1995-96 Budget

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Analysis of the 1995-96 Budget Bill

February 22, 1995 - Analysis of the 1995-96 Budget Bill

Hearing Handout

California's Long-Term Capital Outlay and Infrastructure Needs

February 16, 1995 - Presented To Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Bonded Indebtedness and Methods of Financing - Senators Mike Thompson and Lucy Killea, Chairs

Hearing Handout

California's Debt Burden

February 9, 1995 - Presented To Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Bonded Indebtedness and Methods of Financing - Senators Mike Thompson and Lucy Killea, Chairs

Hearing Handout

Initial Comments On The 1995-96 Governor's Budget

January 12, 1995 - Presented To Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee

Hearing Handout

The California Budget Outlook

January 4, 1995 - Presented To The California Agricultural Leadership Program By Elizabeth G. Hill, Legislative Analyst

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An Overview of the 1995-96 Governor's Budget

January 1, 1995 - An Overview of the 1995-96 Governor's Budget

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Cal Guide: A Profile of State Programs and Finances-1995

January 1, 1995 - Cal Guide: A Profile of State Programs and Finances

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California Update: The 1995-96 Budget Outlook

December 1, 1994 - In July 1994, a two-year plan was adopted for eliminating the budget deficit carried over from 1993-94 and bringing the state's budget back into balance by year-end 1995-96. On January 10, 1995, the Governor is scheduled to release his specific budget proposal for 1995-96. This update reviews the state's progress in implementing the budget plan based on recent developments. Currently, the state is running slightly ahead of scheduie in its two-year plan to eliminate the budget deficit. However, there are a number of budget risks and uncertainties that could worsen the outlook considerably and jeopardize achieving a balanced budget in 1995-96.

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California Update: The “Trigger” Mechanism

October 1, 1994 - As part ofthe 1994-95 budget package, the state put into place a so-called trigger mechanism. This mechanism was viewed as being necessary to ensure repayment of money borrowed from investors to finance the budget plan.

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The 1994-95 Budget Act and Related Legislation

August 1, 1994 - This report summarizes the fiscal effect of the 1994 Budget Act (Ch 139/94, SB 2120), and the effects of major legislation that was enacted as part of the overall state spending plan for 1994-95.

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Focus Budget 1994 Highlighting Major Features of the 1994 California Budget

July 13, 1994 - Major features of the 1994 California budget.

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Supplemental Report of the Budget Act—Containing Statements of Intent or Requests for Studies 1994-95

June 28, 1994 - Supplemental Report of the Budget Act—Containing Statements of Intent or Requests for Studies 1994-95

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Overview of the May Revision 1994-95

May 27, 1994 - This year’s May Revision essentially represents a technical update to the January budget. It does not include any major new proposals. Furthermore, the Administration’s estimates of caseloads and its revenue outlook have changed only slightly since January, so that the May Revision changes are relatively small.

State Budget Condition Staff

Ann Hollingshead
(916) 319-8305
State Budget and Federal Funding
 
Carolyn Chu
(916) 319-8326
Chief Deputy Legislative Analyst