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Prop Zero Links: Friday, July 2

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Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses his proposed 2010-11 state budget during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2010. Schwarzenegger unveiled a $82.9 billion general fund spending plan that makes cuts to health and human services, welfare, prisons, transportation and environmental programs. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

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Chiang Fires Back at Governor: The state controller says the governor is up to political tricks when it comes to minimum wage order. [SF Gate]

Repeal and Replace: That's Senate candidate Carly Fiorina's approach to health reform. [HealthyCal]

Farmworkers Overtime Bill Sent to Governor: The bill extends rights to overtime pay to California farmworkers. But the LA Times notes the governor has a mixed record on ag labor issues. [LA Times]

Falling Behind on Education Spending: A new report from the California Budget Project says the state ranks 44th in the nation in how much it spends on students. [California Watch]

Brown Invites Whitman to Tea
: And the first topic of conversation at his $1.8 million house involves candidate debates. [Mercury News]

All Aboard... Anyone Else?: Dan Walters of the Sac Bee writes about disputed bullet-train ridership figures. [Sacramento Bee]

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