California Controller John Chiang said Monday revenues in July came in $475 million below estimates in the state budget.

“Revenue collections were disappointing for the month of July,” Chiang said in a statement. “However, because spending appears to be tracking and the funds that the state depends on for liquidity are performing well, California’s cash outlook remains stable.”

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