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February 23, 1994 - The Governor's Budget proposes spending $52.5 billion from the General Fund and state special funds in 1994-95, as shown in Figure 1. This expenditure level is only slightly more than estimated current-year spending of $52.3 billion—an increase of $228 million, or 0.4 percent. General Fund spending shown in the budget declines by 1.4 percent, while spending from special funds increases by 6.1 percent. However, as we discuss in greater detail later in this part, this reflects a shift in how programs are financed rather than a change in program spending priorities or in underlying revenue trends. This shift in financing results from the Governor's state-county restructuring proposal.
February 23, 1994 - General Fund revenues are expected to support 73 percent of the proposed $55.6 billion total 1994-95 spending plan. This is a decline from the 78 percent share these revenues represented in fiscal year 1992-93, in part due to the continuing slow growth of General Fund revenues relative to special fund revenues, but primarily because of past and proposed shifts of revenues from the General Fund to special fund accounts.
February 23, 1994 - The 1994-95 Governor's Budget recognizes that the two-year budget plan adopted last June has been undermined by the continuing stubborn state recession. Faced with an $8 billion budget funding gap for 1993-94, the Legislature and Governor adopted a two-year plan to achieve a balanced budget in 1994-95. That plan now is $4.9 billion out of balance based on the state's current revenue and spending trends identified in the 1994-95 Governor's Budget.
February 23, 1994 - Higher Education Outcome Measures: focus more directly on the outcomes of higher education, rather than the inputs or processes. If the Legislature can develop measures that accurately and reliably gauge these outcomes, it could hold the segments accountable for their performance.
February 23, 1994 - Intercity Rail Program
February 23, 1994 - Environmental Protection Relies Heavily on Regulatory Fees
February 23, 1994 - Environmental Programs Continue to Become More User Friendly
February 23, 1994 - Employee Housing Program
February 23, 1994 - Does California Need Three Housing Agencies
February 23, 1994 - Department of Motor Vehicles Database Redesign
February 23, 1994 - Costs to Administer HCD’s Bond-Funded Programs
February 22, 1994 - Analysis of the 1994-95 Budget Bill, Business and Labor Chapter
February 22, 1994 - Analysis of the 1994-95 Budget Bill, Capital Outlay Chapter