SAN FRANCISCO — Moody's Investors Service warned Monday that California's expected mid-year budget cuts could result in further school district downgrades.

"Those likely to experience rating downgrades are districts that entered the current fiscal year with comparatively weak reserves and thin year-end liquidity positions," said Moody's analyst Dari Barzel in a report released Thursday.

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