By the end of day, there will have been 20 separate hearings this week at the State Capitol on Governor Jerry Brown's budget proposals. The pace of deliberations is faster this year, as the governor wants legislative action early next month so that a special statewide election on budget matters can be held in June. Reporter: John Myers
That election would focus on one of the most complicated budget ideas of all: a shifting of public safety and social services programs from the state to local governments. And aside from the complex policy questions, who pays for it?
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