SAN FRANCISCO - The California state government does not have a lot of room to maneuver to avoid a cash crunch that would require the state to issue revenue anticipation warrants, according to a document released by the state controller's office.

The controller's staff conducted "stress tests" of the state's financial position and presented the results in a letter that was distributed to legislative leaders last week.

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