California Controller John Chiang Monday said revenues came in $351 million less in June and May than anticipated in the newly adopted state budget.

The spending plan presumed $1.2 billion in additional May and June revenues, above those projected in Gov. Jerry Brown’s May revised budget proposal to be carried over into the new fiscal year, according to Chiang.

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