LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Jerry Brown proposed a fiscally-restrained budget with a large rainy day fund pointing to uncertainty in state revenues and potential erosion in federal funding under a Trump administration.

At a Tuesday press conference, Brown proposed a $179.5 billion spending plan that he says eliminates a projected $2 billion deficit.

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