California governor seeks smaller education, child care cuts

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday dialed back his proposed cuts for schools and child care, citing an improved fiscal outlook since January that could cover $1.5 billion more in general fund spending.

Most of that money would go to K-12 education. He’s also rolling back a plan to cut a half-billion dollars for child care for low-income families.

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