Brown Says More Automatic Cuts to Come If Tax Plan Is Voted DownMichael B. Marois and Christopher Palmeri
California Governor Jerry Brown will seek a second round of automatic spending cuts that would be triggered if voters reject temporary increases in income and sales taxes he wants to bridge a $13 billion deficit.
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