With the state facing a growing budget deficit -- even if the measures on Tuesday's ballot make a remarkable comeback and win -- the Schwarzenegger administration once again is looking at state workers for cuts.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said as much this morning at a budget roundtable in San Jose.
"We are also very seriously looking at cutting our workforce," he said.
The administration on Monday said the budget deficit for the fiscal year that begins July 1 is likely to be $15.4 billion if the measures pass, $21.3 billion if they don't.
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