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    Posted: November 29, 2012 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    Last year, reading Governor Brown’s veto messages became a favorite pastime of political junkies throughout the state, because many of them contained quips, jabs, philosophy, and sometimes just plain obvious observations that were, in the kabuki world of the Capitol, fun and interesting. Although nothing as creative or abrasive as the famous Schwarzenegger/Ammiano acrostic.

    The first such interesting message came out this week. While vetoing a Republican assemblymember’s bill which would have required some language to be put on a state agencies’ website, the Governor noted it had already been done and quipped, “So in keeping with the author’s oft-stated mantra that government should not be wasteful or do unnecessary things, I am returning Assembly Bill 1892 without my signature.” Sometimes it’s just the little things that keep life interesting… click here to see the veto message.

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