SAN FRANCISCO — California Controller John Chiang said February state revenues came in almost on track with estimates in Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget, as the economy shows signs of a recovery.

"February's revenues came within a percentage point of estimates," Chiang said in a statement Monday. "Healthy revenues, along with recovering home prices, a steep drop in foreclosures, and increased car sales are harbingers of a California economy that is starting to warm-up."

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