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Gov. Jerry Brown has signed eight budget-related bills, including controversial measures to abolish state redevelopment agencies in their existing form and to require online retailers such as to collect sales tax on purchases made by Californians.

The eight measures signed by Brown were part of the majority-vote budget package approved by the Legislature earlier this month. The governor has yet to act on the main budget bill and trailer bills passed last night as part of the agreement reached between his office and Democratic legislative leaders.

Click here for a full list of the bills signed by Brown.

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