Governor: I'm Done Signing

Saskal, Rich
August 2008
Bond Buyer;8/8/2008, Vol. 365 Issue 32936, p9
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The article reports that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, attempting to assert some leverage over California's seemingly paralyzed budget process, is done signing bills into law until lawmakers present him with a budget. It states that Schwarzenegger has bent from his previous insistence on no tax increases with a proposal to temporarily increase the sales tax. He says that the budget should the only focus for lawmakers.


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