LOS ANGELES - Municipal market participants say the budget California has put together establishes a tough new tone for public finance in the state.

The 1980s are over, and with them the glory days when a burgeoning economy helped drive governmental revenues higher. From a public finance standpoint, this means local governments can expect to find the state's hand in their pockets.

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