First Take: Jerry Brown hits Sacramento; Assembly Republicans elect a new leader
Jerry Brown came to Sacramento Thursday to meet with legislative leaders and Department of Finance officials to start working on the state budget.
As Brown readies for his new gig, his old office's case against officials in the city of Bell may be in jeopardy. The race for state attorney general remains undecided with an estimated 2 million ballots left to count.
In the wake of a disastrous election for California Republicans, Assembly Republicans ousted their leader Martin Garrick (R-Solana Beach), electing Assemblywoman Connie Conway (R-Tulare) as his replacement.
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--Anthony York in Sacramento