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County Fiscal Distress—A Look at Butte County

December 1, 1989 - The purpose of this policy brief is to provide the Legislature with a context for considering proposals to address Butte County's fiscal problems. The analysis is based on a review of Butte County's past financial transactions and its 1989-90 final budget. Our intent is to explain the basic fiscal trends underlying Butte's current condition, not to evaluate management of the county or past policy decisions made by county officials.

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Supplemental Report of the 1988 Budget Act

September 1, 1989 - Supplemental Report of the 1988 Budget Act

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State Spending Plan for 1989-90

August 1, 1989 - This report summarizes the fiscal effect of the 1989 Budget Act (Chapter 93 - SB 165). In addition, it discusses major spending decisions that were enacted in bills other than the Budget Bill, that were part of an overall state spending plan for 1989-90. The report highlights the funding levels approved for the state's major programs in 1989-90, and compares these funding levels to those authorized in prior years. This report also discusses projected state revenues for 1989-90, including the key assumptions underlying the projections and revisions that have been made to them since the Governor's Budget was introduced in January.

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Recommendations for Changes in The Reimbursements of Homicide Trails

July 1, 1989 - Recommendations for Changes in The Reimbursements of Homicide Trails

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The 1989-90 Budget: Perspectives and Issues

February 22, 1989 - In beginning its work on the state budget for 1989-90, the Legislature faces the most adverse set of fiscal circumstances it has faced since the recession of 1981-82. The state’s budget reserve has been completely depleted, and a deficit in the current-year's budget appears likely. At current levels of service, expenditure requirements for 1989-90 will exceed projected revenue growth by at least $500 million, and the full restoration of the state's reserve fund would require another $1.1 billion. This fiscal situation has come about despite the continued strength of the California economy. The state government faces a number of challenges. Here, we review the challenges facing the Legislature and the state; review the state's fiscal condition, the major areas where demand for state ser-vices is outstripping its ability to provide them, and the extent to which the state's exist-ing revenue base is capable of supporting the delivery of existing and additional state services; and provide an examination of the strategies proposed.

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Analysis of the 1989-90 Budget Bill

February 22, 1989 - Analysis of the 1989-90 Budget Bill

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State Programs for Older Californians

February 1, 1989 - State Programs for Older Californians

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Trial Court Funding and County Finances

February 1, 1989 - Trial Court Funding and County Finances

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Accommodating California's Growth

February 1, 1989 - Accommodating California's Growth

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Local Mental Health Programs

February 1, 1989 - Local Mental Health Programs

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Substance-Exposed Infants

February 1, 1989 - Substance-Exposed Infants

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Federal Immigration Reform: An Update

February 1, 1989 - Federal Immigration Reform: An Update

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State Asbestos Abatement Programs

February 1, 1989 - State Asbestos Abatement Programs

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Solid Waste Management in California

February 1, 1989 - Solid Waste Management in California

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Implementing the California Clean Air Act

February 1, 1989 - Implementing the California Clean Air Act