Two days after being elected governor, Jerry Brown is hitting the ground running. On Thursday, Brown held meetings in Sacramento with legislative leaders from both parties, pledging a bipartisan approach to solving the state's massive problems.
It's been 27 years since Brown left the governor's office, and he's returning to a very different political landscape. The biggest change, and his biggest challenge, may lie with the Legislature. Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers explains.
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