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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Lawmakers Respond To Trump's Actions From Past Weekend

January 30, 2017

Gov. Jerry Brown took part in a Science Friday segment with Ira Flatow in the Insight studio at Capital Public Radio. We recap the time he spent afterward with Beth Ruyak and Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler.

Mark Morris / Pool / Sacramento Bee

State Government

Republicans, Democrats Leave State Of The State With Different Impressions

January 25, 2017 | Ben Bradford

Instead of advocating for fiscal restraint and a few new state policies, the governor used the annual speech Tuesday to lay out a broader vision of California’s role during a Donald Trump presidency.

State Government

Governor Brown Withholds Prop. 51 Funds Until Better Use Of School Bonds Are Established

January 24, 2017 | Chris Nichols

Gov. Jerry Brown is in no rush to spend money from Proposition 51 until the Legislature approves plans for stronger, independent audits of school bond spending.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

State Government Reporter Ben Bradford Recaps Gov. Brown's New Budget

January 11, 2017

Gov. Jerry Brown announced a $122.2 billion budget for 2017. State government reporter Ben Bradford joins Insight to give a more detailed understanding of what to expect.

PolitiFact California

Is California's Economy 'Growing A Hell Of A Lot Faster' Than Texas?

December 19, 2016

Stoking their long-running feud, California Gov. Jerry Brown recently jabbed at former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, saying Golden State is "growing a hell of a lot faster than Texas.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

California Counts

Brown Hits Campaign Trail For Prop 57, Against Prop 53

November 2, 2016 | Ben Adler

Gov. Jerry Brown wants voters to change how California inmates serve their time behind bars and reject a ballot measure he argues would threaten needed infrastructure projects. But he faces opposition on both fronts ahead of Tuesday's election.

State Government

Brown Signs Nearly 90, Vetoes More Than 20 Measures Over The Weekend

September 24, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill allowing for CPR training to become a high school graduation requirement and vetoed a bill that would have added a diaper benefit for families who receive welfare.

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