Legislative Scramble and Growing Latino Power in Sacramento

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Governor Brown took it on the chin last night when some fellow Democrats failed to support his initiative to cut gasoline consumption by 50%. It's still not clear if he'll get the money to fix the state's dilapidated roads and freeways. With this year's legislative session ending tomorrow, we update the so-called "right to die" measure and look ahead to next year — when both the Assembly and Senate will be led by Latinos for the first time.

Also, Orange County gets ready for Syrian refugees.  

Photo: President pro tem Kevin de León addresses the California Senate



Warren Olney