Friday, January 8, 2016

Nielsen praises governor's proposed budget

The north state's Sen. Jim Nielsen, the state Senate's budget vice chairman, is praising Gov. Jerry Brown's budget proposal as "prudent."

Here is his statement:

“The Governor should be applauded for proposing a prudent budget.

“With over $5 billion in surplus money, there is no need for new or extended taxes.

“We can continue to pay down the state’s debt, increase the state’s savings account for a rainy day and fund existing programs that help California’s most vulnerable, particularly services for people with developmental disabilities.”

I'm working on a follow-up story on how the proposal would impact agencies that work with agriculture. Watch for it at CapitalPress.com.

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