Former gubernatorial candidate John Cox responds to Newsom’s $ 300 billion budget proposal

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SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Governor Gavin Newsom has announced his budget proposal of $ 300 billion.

Among the governor’s priorities:

  • $ 47 billion to fight climate change
  • $ 37 billion in infrastructure assistance
  • Surplus of $ 97 billion
  • Billions for public safety

Despite the rapid increase in spending on California residents, only $ 18 billion has been allocated to fight inflation.

“Building on significant surpluses and building on our unwavering values, we are paving the California path to prosperity and progress for all. Thanks to historic investments, we are doubling our formula for success and making sure no one is left behind – supporting working families and businesses, combating climate change, expanding access to health care, making our communities safer and more. ” said Governor News. ”While Congress remains deadlocked and right-wing fanatics are turning state houses across the country into a laboratory of hatred and oppression, here in California, we are working to develop our economy and bring about real, inclusive change in policies to create a brighter future for all. “

Former gubernatorial candidate John Cox has joined Lauren Feeney of KUSI on “Good Morning, San Diego” to talk more about Newsham’s spending plan.

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