Lawmakers will begin voting on the California budget on Friday. But Republicans say they’ll also have to vote on several bills they know little about. Katie Orr reports from Sacramento.
The budget is the big picture bill. It dictates where the state’s money will go. Trailer bills are attached to the budget and spell out how the money will be allocated.
Typically trailer bills are published a few days before the budget vote. This year the earliest of at least 15 came out Wednesday morning.