- Associated Press - Friday, June 20, 2014

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - After negotiating with Democratic lawmakers on a budget that increases spending in virtually all major areas, Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed California’s spending plan for the 2014-15 fiscal year that starts July 1.

Here is a breakdown of some of the major spending categories, excluding federal funds:

OVERALL:

-$108 billion in general fund, up 7.2 percent from $100.7 billion in previous year;

-$156 billion in total funds.

K-12 EDUCATION:

-$45 billion in general fund, up 4.9 percent from $42.9 billion in previous year;

-$45.5 billion in total funds.

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

-$29.7 billion in general fund, up 2.8 percent from $28.9 billion in previous year;

-$49 billion in total funds.

HIGHER EDUCATION:

-$12.6 billion in general fund, up 10.5 percent from $11.4 billion in previous year;

-$13 billion in total funds.

CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION:

-$9.6 billion in general fund, up 2.8 percent from $9.3 billion in previous year;

-$12 billion in total funds.

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Source: California Department of Finance.

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