See The Chops For Yourself

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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Finally, the (budget) sun sets on the California State Capitol in Sacremento. (Courtesy terragalleria.com)

California has finally solved its budget impasse, but it wasn’t pretty. Many programs have been cut, including several that affect architects. To see a summarized version of the gruesome details, go here. Among the cuts, 100 state parks will now be closed and $1.7 billion in statewide redevelopment funds will be shifted to schools. Yikes.  That’s not to mention $52.1 million cut from AIDS programs, $50 million cut from the Department of Health Care Services, and $50 million in services for young children.

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