Democratic Assembly members Kansen Chu, of San Jose, left, and Rob Bonta, of Alameda, confer, during the Assembly session, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015, in Sacramento, Calif. Lawmakers had nearly 2,000 opportunities to vote in 2015.
Democratic Assembly members Kansen Chu, of San Jose, left, and Rob Bonta, of Alameda, confer, during the Assembly session, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015, in Sacramento, Calif. Lawmakers had nearly 2,000 opportunities to vote in 2015. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Democratic Assembly members Kansen Chu, of San Jose, left, and Rob Bonta, of Alameda, confer, during the Assembly session, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015, in Sacramento, Calif. Lawmakers had nearly 2,000 opportunities to vote in 2015. Rich Pedroncelli AP
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Final tally of lawmakers’ votes: ayes, nays and taking a pass in 2015

September 25, 2015 7:17 PM

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