SAN FRANCISCO — Economists have a warning about California’s budget woes: They’ll be back.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and legislative leaders this week agreed to close a $26 billion hole in their fiscal 2009-10 general fund budget with spending cuts, raids on local revenues and accounting changes that will make it harder to balance the budget in future years.

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