SAN FRANCISCO — California general fund revenues last month came in more than 10% below budget projections, raising the specter of deeper cuts to state spending.

The state’s controller said Tuesday that July revenues were $538 million below projections in the budget Gov. Jerry Brown signed at the end of June that relied partly on upbeat revenue projections to fill a multibillion-dollar gap.

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