SAN FRANCISCO — Now that ­California has a budget in place after a 100-day delay, finance officials in ­Sacramento are turning their attention to putting long- and short-term borrowing plans into place.

Lawmakers ended months of wrangling in the early hours Friday morning, voting to enact an $87.5 billion general fund spending plan.

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