Proposed Budget Summary

The Proposed Budget Summary includes the Governor's goals and objectives for the forthcoming year and highlights significant issues, policies, and initiatives of the Administration reflected in the Governor's Budget. The Budget Summary provides Statewide Financial Information, which contains fiscal information. Budget Summary information is also provided for each of the chapters.

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Budget Summary - All Chapters (pdf * - 1353K)


Governor’s Seal   Governor's Message (pdf * - 122K) California and Magnifying Glass   Introduction (pdf * - 146K) Pie Chart   Summary Charts (pdf * - 130K)
School House   K thru 12 Education (pdf * - 202K) Graduation Cap   Higher Education (pdf * - 184K) State Capitol and Medical Symbol   Health Care Reform (pdf * - 72K)
Medical Symbol   Health and Human Services (pdf * - 195K) Prison Building   Corrections and Rehabilitation (pdf * - 56K) Family with State Capitol   Tax Relief and Local Government (pdf * - 54K)
State of California with Energy Symbols   Environmental Protection (pdf * - 55K) Plants and Birds   Natural Resources (pdf * - 67K) A bar chart consisting of four bars, each with a dollar sign at the top. The first three are increasing in height, and the fourth is shorter than the first.   Statewide Expenditures (pdf * - 128K)
Road and Building   Transportation (pdf * - 59K) State Capitol   Legislative, Judicial, and Executive (pdf * - 147K) Shaking Hands   Business, Consumer Services, and Housing (pdf * - 41K)
Worker Digging   Labor and Workforce Development (pdf * - 63K) Scales of Justice   Government Operations (pdf * - 49K) California Flag Waving   General Government (pdf * - 43K)
People   Demographic Information (pdf * - 155K) Dollar Sign and Arrow   Economic Outlook (pdf * - 165K) Calculator   Revenue Estimates (pdf * - 409K)

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