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California: Arnold Schwarzenegger Declares 'fiscal Emergency'

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"As he declared the fiscal emergency, Governor Schwarzenegger said that state politicians needed to act "boldly and with conviction" after earlier this week rejecting legislation designed to save $5bn. The state of fiscal emergency means that the state legislature cannot adjourn or work on any other legislation until the budget crisis is solved.

His declaration will also lead to a partial state-wide shutdown of government offices, closing three days a month to save cash.

The news will hurt 235,000 state employees, who had already been forced to take two unpaid days a leave a month from work under earlier budget cuts.

State Controller John Chiang is preparing to write $3.3bn of IOU's to creditors, a move which will have a crippling impact on small businesses and local authorities reliant on state government funding for their cashflow, as well as hurt individual taxpayers awaiting refunds."

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