SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to release his revised state budget amid lower-than-expected revenue and uncertainty about future federal spending on health care. The release of Brown’s spending plan Thursday kicks off a month of negotiations with the Legislature. Brown in January proposed a $122.5 billion budget for the next fiscal year that kept general fund spending mostly flat. The Democratic governor called for more than $3 billion in cuts because of a projected deficit he pegged at $1.6 billion. His administration later acknowledged it miscalculated health care costs. The governor is expected to release an updated deficit projection at the Capitol news conference. Democratic legislative leaders gave January’s proposed budget a tepid response. They rejected the governor’s proposed cuts to college scholarships.