Calif. Senate Panel OKs $540M In Cuts To Court Budget

Law360, San Diego (June 12, 2012, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A California Senate budget panel on Tuesday passed a modified proposal to cut funding for the court system by $300 million, while giving individual courts the ability to hold onto some of their reserves, and approved a measure to take away $240 million from court construction projects.

The Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee voted 9-6 in favor of Gov. Jerry Brown’s 2012-2013 budget provision to restructure trial court funding, but changes to the original proposal allowed for local courts to maintain a reserve of up...
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