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Senate Does Not Plan to Vote on Enterprise Zone or Redevelopment Today

According to the Sacramento Bee:

According to Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg’s office, the Senate plans to take up about $6.4 billion in budget items today.

For now, this does not include the $1.7 billion elimination of redevelopment, which remains in limbo after last night’s failed vote in the Assembly.

Of note: Steinberg spokesman Nathan Barankin says the bills are being drafted as majority-vote proposals, unlike bills yesterday that required a two-thirds vote.

Here’s what’s on tap:
• Education cuts
• Resources cuts
• Judicial/public safety cuts
• Internal borrowing/transfers
• Public safety shifts to local governments (contingent on tax extensions)
• Tax compliance
• Bill providing easier access to jail construction funds for local governments

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