For the first time in years, California is enjoying a revenue surplus.
Governor Jerry Brown released an update on his budget plan for the coming fiscal year.
The state has collected $4.5 billion more in tax revenue than expected.
The stock market and home prices are up, while the unemployment rate is down, which all lead to more revenue for California.
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