The 1994-95 Governor's Budget recognizes that the two-year budget plan adopted last June has been undermined by the continuing stubborn state recession. Faced with an $8 billion budget funding gap for 1993-94, the Legislature and Governor adopted a two-year plan to achieve a balanced budget in 1994-95. That plan now is $4.9 billion out of balance based on the state's current revenue and spending trends identified in the 1994-95 Governor's Budget. Perhaps the most important policy proposal in the budget is the Governor's plan for restructuring the state/county fiscal relationship, which is intended to give counties a significant cost share in the health and welfare programs that they administer in order to provide appropriate incentives to make those programs more efficient and effective.