Politics & Government

September 6, 2014 6:49 PM

Groundwater, sick leave, plastic bags among Gov. Brown’s decisions

Will he sign, or won’t he? Lawmakers spent the hectic final weeks of August whipping votes, accepting amendments and negotiating with interest groups in an effort to get their bills passed. The 768 bills that survived now face their final test: Gov. Jerry Brown.

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