SAN FRANCISCO - California will need to borrow $1.5 billion to make it through the end of the fiscal year, Controller John Chiang announced Friday.

The borrowing is needed following an analysis of the cash-flow needs created by the recently enacted budget, which included tax hikes and spending cuts to close a $40 billion budget gap, he said.

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