The SCAN Foundation: Summary of the Governor’s May Revision of the 2015-16

From our colleagues at The SCAN Foundation: Click here for the Summary of Governor Jerry Brown’s May Revision of 2015-2016: SUMMARY HERE

CDCAN: GOVERNOR BROWN SAYS PROGRESS MADE BY STATE BUT CHALLENGE IS TO “BUILD FOR THE FUTURE, NOT STEAL FROM IT” AND TO “LIVE WITHIN OUR MEANS”

SACRAMENTO, CA [CDCAN LAST UPDATED 01/05/2015 – 10:53 AM] – Governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown, Jr. was sworn in this morning at the State Capitol Assembly Chambers for an historic unprecedented fourth and final term as governor outlining in his hopeful yet cautious inaugural address major priorities facing the State that he said will require … Continue reading

LA Times: Gov. Jerry Brown considering expanding Medi-Cal to immigrants

Top aide Nancy McFadden, background, discussed Gov. Jerry Brown’s upcoming priorities while speaking at an event hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times) By PHIL WILLON  Gov. Jerry Brown is considering expanding state-funded Medi-Cal coverage to residents shielded from deportation under President Obama’s new immigration policies. Nancy McFadden, … Continue reading

CDCAN: GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS 2014-2015 BUDGET – MAKES TWO LINE ITEM VETOES BUT LARGELY KEEPS FUNDING INTACT AS PASSED BY LEGISLATURE

SACRAMENTO, CA (CDCAN – LAST UPDATED 06/20/2104 – 09:50 AM) – Governor Edmind G. “Jerry” Brown, Jr. signed, as expected, SB 852, the main budget bill containing the 2014-2015 State Budget, in San Diego this morning, making only a few line item vetoes but largely keeping the funding intact in the plan as passed last Sunday by the … Continue reading

CDCAN: IHSS WORKER OVERTIME BUDGET TRAILER BILL RELEASED – WOULD APPEAR TO PUT IN PLACE 66 HOUR CAP THOUGH PROVIDES FOR EXCEPTIONS

SACRAMENTO, CA (CDCAN – LAST UPDATED 06/14/2014  05:57 AM) –  The budget related language from the Brown Administration and drafted by legislative budget staff dealing with implementation of allowing for overtime pay for In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) workers beginning January 1, 2015 to comply with the new federal Department of Labor regulations was released early … Continue reading

U-T San Diego: Brown, budget fare well in latest poll

By Michael Gardner SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown is on a roll with record-high favorable ratings and strong public support for a budget that bolsters school spending and pays off some debt, according to a new poll. The survey by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that 60 percent of likely voters approve of Brown’s job … Continue reading

California Healthline: Advocates Surprised, Disappointed at What’s Missing From Brown’s Budget

Randall Benton / rbenton@sacbee.com Gov. Jerry Brown walks through the Capitol to a news conference Thursday where he unveiled his proposed state budget for the year that begins July 1. Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/01/11/5106731/jerry-brown-says-californias-budget.html#storylink=cpy

by David Gorn Health care advocates were “surprised and upset” that so many recent cutbacks and program eliminations remained static in Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) proposed budget released yesterday. “For this year, there’s very good news,” Brown said yesterday at a Sacramento press conference. “But by no means are we out of the wilderness. We must be very … Continue reading

LA Times: Gov. Jerry Brown to propose billions in new spending

A blueprint of the governor’s budget includes billions of dollars for schools, healthcare and other programs. By Chris Megerian and Anthony York  SACRAMENTO — When he unveils his new budget plan Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown will propose billions of dollars in new spending on schools, healthcare, social services and environmental programs as California reaps the benefits of … Continue reading

CDCAN: BROWN ADMINISTRATION RELEASES SCHEDULE TO IMPLEMENT 10% MEDI-CAL PROVIDER RATE REDUCTION

BROWN ADMINISTRATION RELEASES SCHEDULE TO IMPLEMENT 10% MEDI-CAL PROVIDER RATE REDUCTION Late June Ruling By US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Cleared Way For State To Implement Cuts Retroactively to June 1, 2011 Brown Administration Will Exempt Several Provider Categories – But Most Providers Impacted Implementation of 10% Cut Will Be Done on Staggered Schedule … Continue reading

CDCAN: Governor’s Department of Finance Director Ana Matosantos Will Be Departing Mid-September

Governor’s Department of Finance Director Ana Matosantos Will Be Departing Mid-September – Governor Praises Matosantos “Uncommon Effectiveness” In Her Over 10 Years of State Service GOVERNOR’S DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE WILL LEAVE ADMINISTRATION IN SEPTEMBER ·      Ana Matosantos Was Originally Appointed Finance Director By Governor Schwarzenegger ·      More Than A Decade of Service for State that … Continue reading

  • LAAAC is managed by St. Barnabas Senior Services; Funded, in part, by Archstone Foundation.
  • St. Barnabas Senior Services