Budget, State

  1. State Revenues Underperform: Implications for Proposition 98

    A Conversation With Ken Kapphahn Fiscal year-to-date state revenues through January came in $6.7 billion below the Governor’s Budget
  2. LAO Warns Budget Estimates Optimistic — An Interview

    The uncertainty of the economy and the blind spot created by extending the tax filing deadline to October makes projecting state General
  3. Proposition 98 Prospects: Implications for Local Practice

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  4. Proposition 98 Prospects: State’s Top Expert Weighs In

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  5. By the Way . . . Fiscal Realities Post Deferrals

    As we discussed in our June 8, 2021, Fiscal Report article “ K–12 Deferrals May Be One-Time After All ,” both the Governor and the
  6. AB 86 Allowable Uses

    Assembly Bill (AB) 86 introduced two new funding streams to local educational agencies (LEAs) using Proposition 98 resources—the In-Person
  7. AB 86’s Most Frequently Asked Questions

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  8. Deal Reached on Reopening Grants

    On March 1, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom announced a deal with the Legislature had been reached to provide $2.0 billion for In-Person
  9. SB 86 Provides Legislative Proposal for In-Person Instruction

    On February 18, 2021, the Legislature unveiled its proposal to address in-person instruction in identical bills— Senate Bill (SB) 86 and
  10. Biden Administration Unveils $1.9 Trillion Relief Package

    On the evening of Thursday, January 14, 2021, officials from President Joe Biden’s Administration unveiled the details of their touted $1.9