Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, center, stands with Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon after he was sworn in as the new Assembly speaker on March 7, 2016. Democrats now have a supermajority in both houses.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, center, stands with Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon after he was sworn in as the new Assembly speaker on March 7, 2016. Democrats now have a supermajority in both houses. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, center, stands with Gov. Jerry Brown, left, and Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon after he was sworn in as the new Assembly speaker on March 7, 2016. Democrats now have a supermajority in both houses. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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November 28, 2016 5:35 PM

California Democrats got their supermajority. Now what?

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