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Calif. Gov. Brown: A Great Power Has To Find Some Unity

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Gov. Jerry Brown is now on the longest-serving governor in California history. Not long ago, the state was in economic crisis. Today, California's finances are healthier than they've been in years. Now, many in the nation's capital are looking to the state — and its governor — for what lessons Washington might learn from Sacramento.
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