SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) _ Gov. Jerry Brown is coming off a year of political success in which he shepherded a voter-approved tax increase, successfully pushed for changes to the public pension system and made headway on two ambitious public works projects.
Yet Brown is unlikely to focus on the past in the State of the State address he will deliver Thursday, his third since reclaiming the governor's office. Instead, the Democratic governor is expected to promote legacy-making initiatives, including a massive tunnel system for water in the Central Valley and plans to break ground this year on what would be the nation's first high-speed rail line. Revamping
The state budget Brown laid out earlier this month provided a partial outline of his vision for reforming
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