How Jerry Brown’s second governorship differs from his first

The Press-Enterprise quoted Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School about how Gov. Jerry Brown’s two stints as California’s governor differed.

Bebitch Jeffe said Brown in his second go-around hasn’t made any “jaw-dropping appointments” like when he tapped Rose Bird to be California Supreme Court chief justice. Critics said Bird, who was removed by voters in 1986, let her left-wing beliefs, including opposition to the death penalty, color her rulings.


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