California flush with cash amid unprecedented $97.5 billion surplus, Newsom says

May 14, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

67% : Newsom's original budget in January proposed $22.5 billion over five years to boost wildfire resilience, drought, renewable energy, and climate change programs.
61% :Under Newsom's plan, billions more would go to infrastructure projects, building tiny homes to address the homelessness crisis, and expanding state health insurance to undocumented immigrants.
49% :The largest single spending category is a record-breaking $128 billion for public schools, including transitional kindergarten classrooms all the way through college.
42% : The investment is a win for public schools as educators seek relief amid plummeting enrollment numbers and soaring chronic absenteeism in some regions.

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