Gov. Jerry Brown and former Vice President Al Gore discuss California's climate progress after the signing of the Paris climate change accord at the United Nations in New York on April 22, 2016. "All the people I ran against in 1974 are now dead," Brown said, to laughter. The governor was wrong: Democrat Herbert Hafif, 86, is still alive, his assistant confirmed. Video courtesy of the United Nations. Jeremy B. White jwhite@sacbee.com
Gov. Jerry Brown and former Vice President Al Gore discuss California's climate progress after the signing of the Paris climate change accord at the United Nations in New York on April 22, 2016. "All the people I ran against in 1974 are now dead," Brown said, to laughter. The governor was wrong: Democrat Herbert Hafif, 86, is still alive, his assistant confirmed. Video courtesy of the United Nations. Jeremy B. White jwhite@sacbee.com
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Jerry Brown touts climate work, prematurely declares rival dead

April 22, 2016 3:00 PM

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