Updated to reflect vetoes outside the general fund.
Gov. Jerry Brown's office has released an eight-page list of his line-item vetoes in the 2011-2012 budget, totaling $23.8 million in the $85.9 billion general fund spending plan and $270 million in the entire budget.
The vetoes also include $237 million of bond funds, $7 million of special funds and $2 million of federal funds.
They include elimination of funding for the California Postsecondary Education Commission and the California Longitudinal Teacher Integrated Data System (CALTIDES), which was being built to track teacher performance.
Find the list below.