After scoring a major victory with the passage of Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown said Wednesday he would temper impulses at the state Capitol to ramp up spending with billions of dollars more coming into California's coffers.
"Now we have more revenue, but that revenue will be used prudently and judiciously," he said. "And I don’t underestimate the struggle over the next several years to keep on a very calm, clear and sustainable glide path."
Speaking to reporters in Sacramento, the governor said Tuesday's election result was not a mandate for profligate spending.
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