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'Compromise' Not in Schwarzenegger's Lexicon

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Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted three things to be in this morning's state budget that finally passed a record breaking 78 days later into the fiscal year. All three regarded provisions over the rainy day fund to be used in fiscal trouble and one of them were not included. Therefore, he " is expected to announce this afternoon that he will veto the state budget passed by the Legislature early this morning, setting the stage for an unprecedented confrontation in California's Capitol, said people familiar with the situation," reported the LA Times.