SAN FRANCISCO - California will receive enough federal stimulus money to avoid having to issue revenue anticipation warrants under its current budget plan, state finance officials say.

Last week, after months of negotiations and days of legislative brinksmanship, California enacted a budget to close a $40-billion-plus deficit that had been projected through June 2010.

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