LOS ANGELES — The San Diego Unified School District, despite double-A ratings, has put California  lawmakers on notice that if proposed trigger cuts are implemented, it could be facing insolvency in the next two years.

When the Legislature passed this year’s budget, they did so with the caveat that if revenues fell below a certain level, it would trigger automatic spending cuts.

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