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State of Affairs: Sentencing reform, independent voters, and the race for LA mayor




California State Capitol Building in Sacramento.
California State Capitol Building in Sacramento.
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On this week's State of Affairs, Governor Brown reverses course on sentencing reform, the influence of California's no-party-preference voters, and some new potential challengers to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti in 2017.

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