ALAMEDA, Calif. — The collapse of California budget negotiations this week brings with it questions about the state’s ability to schedule its annual, multibillion-dollar note sale to fund its cash flow.

Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, announced late Tuesday that he has given up on negotiations with a handful of the Legislature’s minority Republicans to secure the votes needed to bring about a ballot measure this June asking voters to extend some temporary taxes.

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