Gov. Jerry Brown has 108 bills left to dispatch before tomorrow night's bill-signing deadline, all of which will come on Sunday, his office said.
The Democratic governor announced signing or vetoing about 90 bills today, before his press secretary, Gil Duran, said on Twitter, "That's all for bills today."
Of the 659 bills he has had handled so far this month, the Democratic governor has vetoed 84.
That veto rate - nearly 13 percent - is close to the about 14 percent rate Brown posted last year. It remains far higher than when Brown was governor before, from 1975 to 1983, and vetoed fewer than 5 percent of regular session bills.