SAN FRANCISCO — While acknowledging the continuing severity of California’s budget crisis, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger highlighted new spending proposals during his final state of the state address yesterday.

The Republican governor, who will be termed out of office at year’s end, led off the speech with a $500 million job-training proposal and a $200 million plan to revive state tax credits for home buyers.

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