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What happens if Democrats get a supermajority in the state Senate?

“This could be the year California Democrats finally reach the goal they’ve long strived for: a two-thirds supermajority in the State Senate.  We took a look at that possibility on Monday.  It turns out people from both parties don’t think Sacramento’s legislative landscape would change that much.  And the biggest impact on next year’s atmosphere at the State Capitol will likely come from something else entirely.”

Click here for the story from Capital Public Radio’s Ben Adler … 


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