The California Senate Wednesday approved two measures that sponsors say will rationalize the state’s budget process.

One bill would require the governor to submit two-year spending plans, beginning next year. It would also require the governor to project revenues and expenditures five years in advance and to estimate the long-term impacts that a proposed budget has on the state’s economy. 

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