With the fiscal health of the nation's most populous state in serious decline, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and California legislative leaders promised Oct. 8 that, despite their differences, they would find the billions of dollars need to avert drastic cuts in services, reports the New York Times. After meeting for a little over an hour, they emerged from Schwarzenegger's office shoulder to shoulder but disclosing little of their discussions beyond vowing to continue meeting. "We want to make sure we are together as a team," Schwarzenegger said outside his office, standing with leaders with whom he engaged in a protracted battle...

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