SSI/SSP in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Assistance for Seniors and People With Disabilities Is Left Below the Poverty Line
A new CBP analysis — the latest in a series of briefs on Governor Brown's 2014-15 budget proposal — examines the impact of recent cuts to the SSI/SSP Program, which provides cash assistance to 1.3 million low-income seniors and people with disabilities in California.
CSU and UC in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Funding Would Be Nearly One-Quarter Below Pre-Recession Levels
A new CBP analysis shows that even with a proposed increase, annual spending on CSU and UC would remain well below 2007-08 levels.
An Incomplete Vision: Putting the Governor’s Proposed 2014-15 Budget in Context
The CBP’s annual chartbook looks at key components of — and the background for — the Governor’s budget proposal.
State Corrections in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Spending Would Be More Than $1 Billion Above the 2012-13 Level
A new CBP analysis shows that spending on state corrections, which had declined following the state-to-county "realignment" of 2011, is again on the rise.
CalWORKs in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Assistance for Low-Income Families Is Left Far Below the Poverty Line
A new CBP analysis takes a look at CalWORKs, which provides modest cash assistance to low-income families with children while helping parents prepare to find and keep jobs.
K-12 Education in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Increased Revenues Boost Funding for Schools
This CBP analysis examines state spending on K-12 public schools and the impact of recent years' revenue gains.
Child Care and Preschool in the Governor's Proposed 2014-15 Budget: Deep Cuts From Prior Years Remain in Place
This CBP analysis looks at child care and preschool funding in the Governor's 2014-15 budget proposal.