SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) _ California legislators have passed a budget, but Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic lawmakers are still trying to resolve their differences on welfare cuts.
They continued negotiating Monday over how much to cut from CalWORKS, the state's welfare-to-work program.
The program serves about 1.4 million people, of which 1 million are children.
Brown wants to emphasize getting people back to work, while reducing aid for parents who aren't meeting work requirements.
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