LOS ANGELES -- California did not have a budget in place by midday Friday, the first day of fiscal 1995, but negotiations were continuing between Gov. Pete Wilson and legislative leaders in an effort to resolve their differences.

While a bipartisan agreement appeared unlikely Friday, lawmakers were planning to meet over the Fourth of July weekend, spokespersons for Assembly Speaker Willie L. Brown Jr. and Senate president pro tem Bill Lockyer said.

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