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Justice in Aging’s Summary of the Final California 2021-22 Budget

California’s final budget, which rolled out at the end of June into early July uses some of the state’s surplus to enact some of the best investments from the Governor’s January budget proposal and his May Revision, as well as the Legislature’s proposals. The budget also reverses some of the long-term, harmful cuts made during the Great Recession.
Our summary of the final budget focuses on investments in all five goals of the Master Plan for Aging, and includes more than 40 budget provisions impacting low-income older adults and people with disabilities. This budget is great news because it makes meaningful investments in a wide array of services many of us and our families rely on now or will at some point.

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