SAN FRANCISCO — California’s gaping budget gap is likely to lead to a legislative impasse that could easily shut the state government down next summer, Treasurer Bill Lockyer said this week.

“We are again getting close to the point where the state won’t be able to pay its bills,” Lockyer said Monday during a keynote address at symposium put on by the University of California at Berkeley’s Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics.

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