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Democrats dominate in the California legislature. Here's what it means.




The California State Assembly floor.
The California State Assembly floor.
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The Golden State just got a little bluer. 

Democrats have now crossed the two-thirds threshold in both houses of the state legislature, once again giving them a powerful supermajority.

A late counting of votes helped Democrats snag their 27th seat in the Senate -- they already had a supermajority in the Assembly.

Jeremy White,  California politics reporter for the Sacramento Bee joined Take Two with more. 

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