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The 34th and 39th Governor of California (1975 - 1983), currently since January 2011.
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ENG: Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown, Jr. (born April 7, 1938) is an American politician and the 34th and 39th Governor of the state of California from 1975 to 1983 and since 2011. He is the son of Pat Brown, the 32nd Governor of California (1959–1967). Both before and after his first two terms as governor, Brown was elected to a number of state, local and party offices. Brown previously served as Secretary of State of California (1971-1975), Attorney General of California (2007–2011), Mayor of Oakland (1999–2007), chairman of the California Democratic Party (1989–1991), California Secretary of State (1971–1975), and a member of the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees (1969–1971). At the time of his election to a third, ...
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Can Jerry Brown Solve California's Perpetual Crisis?


Like his predecessor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor Jerry Brown is struggling to keep the state afloat in an ocean of red ink. Facing a $26 billion deficit, he warns of "draconian" cuts to education and public safety if the state cannot raise revenue and has to adopt an all-cuts budget. Brown, 72, a Democrat famous for austerity and Buddhist simplicity, would prefer not to go there — but his attempts to court enough Republican support to smooth the way have just come to an abrupt end. In January, Brown proposed steep cuts in virtually all state services; and last week, he ...


Jerry Brown's Dilemma


At first it looked as if Jerry Brown had devised a no-fault way to cover California's expected $26.6 billion deficit. He would ask the legislature to mount a special election in June so the voters could agree to a five-year extension of several taxes about to expire. If they didn't, draconian program cuts would ensue, but they would know in advance what these would be (the usual suspects such as home health care for the indisposed; child welfare; education). Special elections require approval of two-thirds of the legislature. This means he would need a few Republican votes. Most balked. They ...


Jerry Brown: California, Country Facing ‘Regime Crisis’


WhileWashington averted agovernment shutdown this week, California Governor Jerry Brown continues with his budget battles. The governor may feel like he’s in a recurring nightmare these days. Everywhere he turns with a proposed budget fix it gets shot down. “If we don’t get taxes, if we don’t get cuts, we’re gonna have a hard time balancing the budget,” Brown said. “Many of the Republicans told me, ‘We’re not taxing and we’re not cutting. It’s your job — you’re the governor.’” But Republicans who show ...


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Sex Ed Lesson: ‘Yes Means Yes,’ but It’s Tricky
California requires high schools to teach affirmative consent, defining when and how people agree to have sex, but critics say the lessons sow confusion.
California Law Will Automatically Register Drivers to Vote
The law, which goes into effect next year, will register residents who are eligible to vote when they obtain or renew their driver’s license, unless they opt out.
California Leads the Way on Climate Change
With its new climate law, the state is again ahead of the rest of the country.
As Campus Fears Rise, So Do Efforts to Enact School Gun Laws
While California passed a ban on concealed weapons at schools, other states considered bills to ease restrictions on concealed firearms on campus.



 
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