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The California State Capitol in Sacramento, California. (Mathieu Thouvenin/Flickr)
The California State Capitol in Sacramento, California. (Mathieu Thouvenin/Flickr)
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California laws have a tendency to sweep across the country. And this week, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bevy of bills that may make their way east.

From lifting the statute of limitations on rape to decriminalizing underage prostitution and allowing felons to vote — we review the laws coming out of the California's state house. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson hears more from Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler.

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Ben Adler, capitol bureau chief for Capital Public Radio. He tweets @adlerben.

This segment aired on September 30, 2016.

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