Gov. Jerry Brown is applauded by legislators Thursday as he walks down the center aisle of the Assembly chambers to give his annual State of the State address.
Gov. Jerry Brown is applauded by legislators Thursday as he walks down the center aisle of the Assembly chambers to give his annual State of the State address. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
Gov. Jerry Brown is applauded by legislators Thursday as he walks down the center aisle of the Assembly chambers to give his annual State of the State address. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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