California Legislature May Go Part-Time California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, fresh from the budget wars, is discussing cutting back the state legislature to part-time status. The governor says he's tired of "silly bills" dealing with subjects such as how to feed a goose. The cause has been taken up by Ted Costa, an activist who started the California recall last year. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.
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California Legislature May Go Part-Time

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California Legislature May Go Part-Time

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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, fresh from the budget wars, is discussing cutting back the state legislature to part-time status. The governor says he's tired of "silly bills" dealing with subjects such as how to feed a goose. The cause has been taken up by Ted Costa, an activist who started the California recall last year. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.