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State lawmakers have until the end of week to tackle bills




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.
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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It's the home stretch in Sacramento. This is the last week of the legislative session. Come midnight on Sunday, lawmakers must tackle all sorts of contentious issues before they adjourn for the year. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler brings us up to date on some of the biggest bills in California, like the plastic bags and ride-sharing companies.