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L.A. Now Live: Discuss the California election, secret donors

The Times Sacramento bureau reporter Anthony York will join L.A. Now Live at 9 a.m. Monday to discuss key issues in the California election and a ruling by the California Supreme Court ordering an Arizona nonprofit to turn over its list of secret donors.

Americans for Responsible Leadership was expected to release the names of individuals behind the $11-million donation to Small Business Action Committee on Monday morning. The committee is fighting Gov. Jerry Brown's tax-hike plan, Proposition 30, and supporting a measure to curb unions' political influence, Proposition 32.

Meanwhile, Brown is spending the final hours before election day on a five-city swing through the state, campaigning in support of Proposition 30.

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