Governor Jerry Brown unveiled his “May Revise” budget proposal Thursday at the state capitol, with more money for public schools and a new tax credit for low-income Californians. The spending plan would boost per-pupil spending by $3,000 above 2012 levels. Other new money would go to boost the state “rainy day” reserve fund by almost $2 billion. But despite a rosy revenue outlook that has grown by nearly $7 billion, Brown avoids new spending to restore past cuts to health and welfare programs. Christopher Martinez reports from Sacramento.