News Panel: Gov. Brown signs and vetoes bills, Anthony Batts resigns, and early voting kicks off in SF
Gov. Brown signs and vetoes hundreds of bills, and the state falls short more than $700 million in expected revenues. Oakland's police chief Anthony Batts announces his resignation after two challenging years leading the department. Early voting kicks off in San Francisco's first mayoral race using ranked-choice voting, with eleven major candidates vying for the job. Netflix abandons its three-week old plan to split its services into two for online streaming and DVD-by-mail, but keeps its sixty percent price increase after losing both subscribers and stock value.
- Josh Richman, Oakland Tribune
- Rachel Gordon, San Francisco Chronicle
- Cecily Burt, Oakland Tribune
- Tom Vacar, KTVU News
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