SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California college students are bracing for higher tuition bills and fewer courses and campus services under a new state budget that once again slashes spending on higher education.The budget signed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown inflicts the latest blow to California's renowned higher education system, which has helped make the state an economic powerhouse and served as a model for other states and countries.Over the past three years, California's public colleges and universities have seen deep cuts in state funding that have dramatically raised the cost of attendance, forced campuses to turn away qualified students and eroded the quality of classroom instruction.