School energy: Provides half of Proposition 39 funding $450 million this year to school energy efficiency projects outlined in the ballot measure that closed a tax loophole for out-of-state companies.
Courts: Proposes a $200 million cut that will delay additional courthouse construction projects for up to a year.
State workers: Assumes size of state workforce will remain flat, but includes money for previously approved salary increases. No new salary increases or furlough days are anticipated.
Child care: Proposes no new funds for various subsidized child-care programs, but calls for a study group to recommend streamlining of various programs.
Higher education: Proposes an average 10 percent general fund increase to CSU, UC and community colleges. Calls for efficiencies at three systems, including a cap on the number of hours a student can take at the lower resident tuition rate. No fee increases are envisioned.
Medi-Cal: Proposes to permanently extend the tax on managed care plans. Estimates that federal changes to Medicaid will cost the state $350 million extra in 2013-14.
Welfare: Continues major changes from last year that created a two-year time limit for adults to get cash grants and work assistance, but provides an extra $142 million to expand county-run employment services and case management.
SSI-SSP: Assumes cost-of- living increases in monthly grants for low-income aged, blind and disabled that will amount to $20 a month for individuals and $30 for couples.
In-home care: Proposes a 4.9 percent increase, in part to lift a previously approved 3.6 percent reduction in in-home recipient hours. Budget assumes state will prevail in court and implement a separate 20 percent reduction in hours on Nov. 1 for $113 million in savings.
Mandates: Eliminates requirement that local governments perform certain activities, including taking police reports for identity theft cases.