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Your Call: What bills did California Governor Jerry Brown sign and veto?

(Rich Pedroncelli / AP)
Gov. Jerry Brown discusses a bill while meeting with advisers at his Capitol office in Sacramento, on Monday. At left is advisor Nancy McFadden.



On the October 2nd, 2014 edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss bills that impact everything from labor and education to groundwater and healthcare. Governor Brown just signed the country’s first ban on single-use plastic bags. He also signed bills to give workers 3 sick days a year, redefine sexual consent on college campuses, and extend housing to foster youth up to age 25 if they are completing a secondary education. What bills are you watching? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.


Katie Orr, a state government reporter at Capital Public Radio. She joins us from their studios in Sacramento.

David Siders, a reporter covering Jerry Brown and state politics at the Sacramento Bee

Web Resources:

Sacramento Bee

Capitol Public Radio

San Francisco Chronicle: The best new California laws signed by Gov. Jerry Brown

San Jose Mercury News: Gov. Jerry Brown signs plastic bag ban and gun bill, vetoes three dozen others

Capitol Public Radio: Mixed Reaction To Brown's Bill Actions

Sacramento Bee: Jerry Brown signs 'Revenge Porn 2.0 Act'

LA Times: Gov. Brown vetoes a package of ethics bills

LA Times: Gov. Brown approves major changes in initiative process

California Healthline:Gov. Brown Signs, Vetoes Three Health Care-Related Bills