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Sorting out California's budget mess has been Gov. Jerry Brown's No. 1 problem since the day he took office. On Thursday, Brown unveiled a plan that would cut pension benefits and lower the amount taxpayers have to pay. Almost every state is wrestling with the pension problem, but in California, it's especially complex. John Myers of member station KQED reports.
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