California Gov.Jerry Brown, left, leaving a community meeting in Santa Rosa on Oct. 13, made only that one visit to the area after the devastating wildfires. But he’s lauded by columnist Dan Walters for his work from the Capitol – a lengthy executive order suspending laws, regulations and fees so that those driven out of their homes could find shelter and rebuild more quickly.
California Gov.Jerry Brown, left, leaving a community meeting in Santa Rosa on Oct. 13, made only that one visit to the area after the devastating wildfires. But he’s lauded by columnist Dan Walters for his work from the Capitol – a lengthy executive order suspending laws, regulations and fees so that those driven out of their homes could find shelter and rebuild more quickly. Genaro Molina TNS
California Gov.Jerry Brown, left, leaving a community meeting in Santa Rosa on Oct. 13, made only that one visit to the area after the devastating wildfires. But he’s lauded by columnist Dan Walters for his work from the Capitol – a lengthy executive order suspending laws, regulations and fees so that those driven out of their homes could find shelter and rebuild more quickly. Genaro Molina TNS
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Jerry Brown 2.0 wins higher marks in crisis management

October 23, 2017 12:01 AM

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