SACRAMENTO, Calif. | New laws are putting California further at odds with Trump

SACRAMENTO, Calif. | New laws are putting California further at odds with Trump

SACRAMENTO, Calif.— California Gov. Jerry Brown is leaving office Jan. 7 after signing more than 1,000 laws in his last year, further positioning the state as a bastion of liberal activism and goad to President Donald Trump.

The laws, most of which take effect Tuesday, ease criminal sentences, tighten gun restrictions and address climate change, gender discrimination and sexual harassment.

The Democratic governor approved 1,016 laws, the most in any of his last eight years in office.

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