Politics & Government

January 4, 2010 6:54 AM

Schwarzenegger has big goals for his final year as governor

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made it sound easy to fix California when he first ran for governor, but his last six years have proved otherwise. The Republican governor still believes he can finish the job he promised in his final year. He wants long-term changes to the state's tax structure to end wild budget swings. He hopes to create a stronger rainy-day reserve. Schwarzenegger will ask voters to pass an $11 billion water bond. None of it will be easy.

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