As the Rick Perry-Jerry Brown spitting match entered its fourth day, the Republican governor of
"Perry's getting exactly what he wanted," California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said on KQED radio's "Forum" program on Thursday. "He's getting all kinds of press up and down the state, and why? Well, because he's leaning in. He's in the game. He's getting in our heads."
Perry, a former presidential hopeful, is far from the first governor to boast of poaching businesses from another state, nor is he the first Republican to please a conservative constituency with jabs at liberal
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