* A sales tax credit for green technology companies, such as those that produce solar panels, for purchase of manufacturing equipment.
* Fast-tracking major public works projects. Developers of projects the administration chooses would be inoculated from some environmental lawsuits.
* Scaling back pensions for new state workers. The pensions of existing state workers would remain unchanged.
* A new constitutional amendment that would require the state spend more on higher education than prisons. California currently spends substantially more on locking up criminals than it does on public universities, where fees have been soaring and offerings cut back.
Source: Governor's office