Gov. Jerry Brown points to a chart showing that if voters approve his tax increase initiative in November, that K-14 education funding will be increased, as he discusses his revised state budget plan during a Capitol news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Monday, May 14, 2012. Brown said the budget shortfall swelled from $9.2 billion predicted in January to $16 billion, in part because tax collections have not come in as high as expected and lawsuits and federal requirements that have blocked billions of dollars in state cuts. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

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Gov. Jerry Brown points to a chart showing that if voters approve his tax increase initiative in November,  that K-14 education funding will be increased, as he discusses his revised state budget plan during a Capitol news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Monday,  May 14, 2012.  Brown said the budget shortfall swelled from $9.2 billion predicted in January to $16 billion, in part because tax collections have not come in as high as expected and  lawsuits and federal requirements that have blocked billions of dollars in state cuts. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Gov. Jerry Brown points to a chart showing that if voters approve his tax increase initiative in November, that K-14 education funding will be increased, as he discusses his revised state budget plan during a Capitol news conference in Sacramento, Calif., Monday, May 14, 2012. Brown said the budget shortfall swelled from $9.2 billion predicted in January to $16 billion, in part because tax collections have not come in as high as expected and lawsuits and federal requirements that have blocked billions of dollars in state cuts. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
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