New and Noteworthy California Laws of 2016

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We examine some of the most significant new California laws of 2016, including tighter gun restrictions, a hike in the minimum wage, and a program to automatically register voters at the DMV.


John Myers, Sacramento Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times. former Senior Editor of KQED's Politics and Government Desk.