Schwarzenegger Wins Bond Passage

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger welcomes a vital political success, as California voters approve a bond measure aimed at helping finance the state's debt crisis. The governor engineered the measure's passage, overcoming its initial unpopularity. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and columnist Phil Matier of The San Francisco Chronicle.

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