SACRAMENTO – Following a week-long tour across the state highlighting his comprehensive recovery package tackling the most persistent challenges facing California, Governor Gavin Newsom will submit his $100 billion California Comeback Plan to the Legislature tomorrow in Sacramento.
Over the course of the week, Governor Newsom has highlighted immediate relief for Californians recovering from the pandemic, which includes the largest state tax rebate in American history in the form of direct checks to Californians and the largest small business relief program in the nation; a $12 billion plan to tackle the homelessness crisis, the largest investment of its kind in California history; $20 billion in proposed investments to transform public schools into gateways for opportunity; and a $5.1 billion package supporting the state’s drought response and water infrastructure, improving the state’s resilience to climate change.
WHEN: Friday, May 14, 2021 at approx. 10:30 a.m. PDT
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