LOS ANGELES -- California emerged from its budget deadlock Tuesday night, paving the way for a planned pricing next Monday of a huge interim note sale and general obligation borrowings in the next few weeks.

Gov. Pete Wilson signed the $55.7 billion budget on Tuesday after lawmakers approved a rise in income tax for the state's wealthiest taxpayers in exchange for worker's compensation reform.

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