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Brown's Jobs Strategy: Green Goals Part of the Plan

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He says there's a great opportunity to do many things at once.

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NewsConference: Attorney General Jerry Brown, Dem. Candidate for Governor, Part 1

California Attorney General Jerry Brown is the Democratic Candidate for Governor. Brown has a lengthy political career. He was California Governor 1975-1983. Factoid: When Brown was elected in 1975, he was the youngest governor since the Civil War in this state. If Brown gets elected at 72 years of age, he would be the oldest governor elected.

NewsConference: Attorney General Jerry Brown, Dem. Gubernatorial Candidate, Prt. 2

In this segment Democratic candidate for governor, Attorney General Jerry Brown talks about Proposition 25, tax hikes, the historic Proposition 13 and reforming the pension plans.
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The attorney general and gubernatorial candidate says there are opportunities to do many things at once when it comes to job creation. He talks about his job creation strategy on Sunday Newsconference.

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