CDCAN: GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS 17 BUDGET TRAILER BILLS

Budget Trailer Bills Make Changes To State Law To Implement the 2013-2014 State Budget Contained In the Main Budget Bill AB 110 ·     Nearly All of the Trailer Bills Were Passed by Legislature June 14-15 and June 17 Including Those Impacting IHSS, Medi-Cal, Coordinated Care Initiative, Regional Centers, Developmental Centers, Mental Health, Foster Care, Healthy Families … Continue reading

CDCAN: Governor Brown Signs SB 67 IHSS Court Settlement Bill

California State Budget: GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS SB 67 IHSS COURT SETTLEMENT BILL – MAKES OFFICIAL TEMPORARY 8% ACROSS-THE-BOARD CUT IN HOURS FOR ALL IHSS RECIPIENTS BEGINNING JULY 1stFOLLOWED BY 7% CUT NEXT YEAR ·      Also Signs SB 68 That Makes Adjustments to Current Budget ·      Budget Conference Committee Scheduled To Meet Friday at 1 PM Though Not Likely To … Continue reading

LA Times: Analyst disputes Brown’s budget outlook as too glum

Legislature’s advisor sees $3 billion more in revenue, which could hamper the governor’s bid to curb spending. By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles TimesMay 17, 2013, 7:27 p.m.   SACRAMENTO — California’s financial picture is much brighter than Gov. Jerry Brown suggested in his latest spending plan, according to the Legislature’s top budget advisor, who said the state will … Continue reading

LA Times: Gov. Jerry Brown sticks to hard line in revised budget proposal

By Chris MegerianMay 14, 2013, 12:19 p.m.   SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown took a hard line Tuesday as he unveiled his latest budget plan, seeking to tighten general-fund spending and holding firm on his push to redistribute money for schools. He proposed general-fund expenditures of $96.4 billion for the budget year that begins in July — $1.3 … Continue reading

LA Times: Healthcare puts Jerry Brown, Capitol Democrats on different sides

The Democrats who control the Legislature want to make it easier to obtain public insurance than Brown does and send more money to doctors, hospitals and counties than the governor wants to part with. May 10, 2013|By Anthony York and Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times SACRAMENTO — With California’s deficit wiped out and its economy … Continue reading

LA Times: Healthcare puts Jerry Brown, Capitol Democrats on different sides

The Democrats who control the Legislature want to make it easier to obtain public insurance than Brown does and send more money to doctors, hospitals and counties than the governor wants to part with. May 10, 2013|By Anthony York and Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times   SACRAMENTO — With California’s deficit wiped out and its … Continue reading

LA Times: Democrats, Brown at odds over healthcare act

The governor wants to scale back some of the Medi-Cal benefits that the Legislature has proposed. But Democrats see this as a good time to fill some aid gaps. March 09, 2013|By Michael J. Mishak, Los Angeles Times SACRAMENTO — As Democratic lawmakers speed to implement President Obama’s healthcare overhaul in California, they are finding … Continue reading

LA Times: Lawmakers to probe Gov. Jerry Brown’s Medi-Cal plans

By Michael J. Mishak March 5, 2013, 2:36 p.m.   SACRAMENTO — State lawmakers are set to probe Gov. Jerry Brown‘s plans to implement a major component of President Obama‘s healthcare overhaul. An Assembly budget committee will hold a hearing on Wednesday to examine the administration’s proposal to expand Medi-Cal, the state’s public insurance program for the poor. … Continue reading

SacBee: Jerry Brown presses Washington for ‘broad authority’ on health care

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

WASHINGTON – Gov. Jerry Brown said today that he remains concerned about California’s ability to control costs as the state moves to expand health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, seeking assurances from the Obama administration that California will have “broad authority” to curb future spending. “We need to be able to control costs, period,” the Democratic governor … Continue reading

LA Times: California lawmakers set to tackle healthcare expansion

January 25, 2013 | 12:56PM – Michael J. Mishak in Sacramento State lawmakers are set to introduce a series of proposals Monday to help California implement President Obama’s healthcare overhaul, including a major expansion of Medi-Cal, the state’s public insurance program for the poor. Gov. Jerry Brown called for the special legislative session in his … Continue reading

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