Faced with a $15 billion budget shortfall and a testy State Legislature, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is dealing with a host of critics, including pro-tax Democrats, tax-averse Republicans and a public increasingly displeased with him, reports The New York Times. Now, even the state's computers seem to be against him. Last week, with no budget agreement in sight, the governor issued an executive order terminating thousands of part-time and temporary state employees and slashing the wages of about 170,000 of the state's full-time workers to the federal minimum wage. But the California controller, John Chiang, says the state's payroll system —


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