California Controller John Chiang said January revenues came in $4.3 billion above estimates in the governor’s proposed budget.

“Last month’s revenues were by far the highest that California has seen in any January for the past decade,” Chiang said in a statement. “Along with increased auto sales, rising home values, and more construction, it signals that California may be entering an era where we can govern outside of crisis.”

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