COVID-19 stimulus, job creation and affordable housing highlight proposed state budget


Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget blueprint for 2020-21 includes several proposals that could help Californians recover financially from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Newsom’s $227.2 billion spending plan, which he submitted to the Legislature this past Friday, would provide financial help to low-income Californians, launch a program to create jobs, and offer tax credits to spur affordable housing construction.

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