This is the latest in a series counting down this year's most-viewed State Worker blog posts, with a little hindsight analysis.
Almost exactly one year ago, Gov. Jerry Brown issued his draft 2012-13 state budget. For state employees, some of the most notable features of the plan were that it cut the state workforce by 3,000 budgeted positions and didn't envision a new round of furloughs in his cost calculations.
Of course, we all know what eventually happened with that.
Here's the Jan. 4, 2012 post that ranked fourth among the most-viewed State Worker blog items last year: Jerry Brown's budget eliminates 3,000 state jobs, axes agencies.