Charles T. Munger Jr. poured millions of dollars of his own money to support state ballot measures that took control over drawing legislative district lines for California’s congressional delegation away from state legislators and give it to a citizens commission.
Charles T. Munger Jr. poured millions of dollars of his own money to support state ballot measures that took control over drawing legislative district lines for California’s congressional delegation away from state legislators and give it to a citizens commission. Adithya Sambamurthy The Bay Citizen file
Charles T. Munger Jr. poured millions of dollars of his own money to support state ballot measures that took control over drawing legislative district lines for California’s congressional delegation away from state legislators and give it to a citizens commission. Adithya Sambamurthy The Bay Citizen file
Dan Morain

Dan Morain

Editorial page editor, political affairs columnist and editorial writer

Don’t mess with Munger’s baby

June 13, 2015 5:01 PM

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Dan Morain has been a columnist for The Sacramento Bee since 2010, focusing on state government and politics. He previously worked for The Los Angeles Times, covering the California Supreme Court when Rose Bird was chief justice, the Legislature when Willie Brown was speaker and the governor's office during Gray Davis' tenure. Dan Morain can be reached at dmorain@sacbee.com or 916-321-1907. Twitter: @DanielMorain.