Advocacy groups coming hat in hand to a less-strapped Sacramento (LA Times)

December 17, 2012 – Now that California faces a dramatically smaller deficit, advocacy groups and other interests are queuing up with wish lists totaling hundreds of millions of dollars in case the spending spigot opens even slightly. Children’s advocates want day-care centers inspected more often. Dentists want their poor patients’ coverage restored. Universities want funds to prevent further tuition increases, replace old computers and perform maintenance. Cities say the state should let them keep more of the money left over from defunct redevelopment agencies. But California still has financial problems, even after years of steep service cuts, and Gov. Jerry Brown has vowed to keep a tight rein on the budget.

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