SAN FRANCISCO — California Gov. Jerry Brown said Friday he signed a bill into law that will allow the state to shift $865 million around internally to buffer cash-flow needs.

The internal borrowing is part of a plan — which also includes payment deferrals and a sale in the next few weeks of up to $1 billion of supplemental revenue anticipation notes — to help the state shore up a $3.3 billion cash shortfall.

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