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Sacramento already buzzing about next year's election

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A view of the California State Capitol in Sacramento. The state legislature has announced it will suspend provisions of the Brown Act public meeting law in an effort to shave 96-million in spending over the next three years.
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A view of the California State Capitol in Sacramento.

The ballot for November of 2014 already's a hot topic in Sacramento, particularly the propositions, as The California Report's Scott Detrow explains.

The ballot for November of 2014 already's a hot topic in Sacramento, particularly the propositions, as The California Report's Scott Detrow explains.  

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