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'It's time to just chill' on immigration, Jerry Brown tells Republicans

UNITED STATES - April 17: California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks to reporters at the National Press Club on April 17, 2018. (Photo by Thomas McKinless/CQ Roll Call). (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)
UNITED STATES - April 17: California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks to reporters at the National Press Club on April 17, 2018. (Photo by Thomas McKinless/CQ Roll Call). (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

In case you missed it:

Gov. Jerry Brown delivered a blunt message on immigration to Republicans during his visit to Washington D.C. (VIDEO)

He also said he is getting close to an agreement with the Trump administration on the deployment of National Guard troops.

Not everyone in California will be seeing a tax cut under the new federal law.

From the opinion pages:

Don’t be rushed in awarding water storage billions, California, Maurice Hall writes.

California legislators expect companies to let workers join a union. So why not their own staff? Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher asks.

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