Laurel Rosenhall

Cal Matters

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Laurel Rosenhall is a reporter for Cal Matters. She is a former state capital reporter for the Sacramento Bee.

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Gavin Newsom wrapped up his first legislative session as governor of California on Sunday night by signing or vetoing the last few bills on his desk.

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This year, hundreds of millions of dollars have been poured into ballot measure campaigns.

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