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ha_jerrybrown30191.JPGGov. Jerry Brown, who doesn't want to foot the bill for making local public records easily available to the public, indicated Wednesday he would support asking voters to require local compliance without any cost to the state.

"We all agree that Californians have a right to know and should continue to have prompt access to public records and I support enshrining these protections in California's constitution," Brown said in a one-line statement.

His move appeared to reject a proposal by Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez to send a bill to the governor's desk that would continue to provide the payments.


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