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What has Jerry Brown and the Democratic Majority
done in the last three years?

• Delivered a balanced budget for the first time in more than 10 years and ended the cuts to education funding

• Gave more than 1 million working Californians a raise by raising the minimum wage, starting July 2014

• Passed the California DREAM Act, expanding opportunity for all students across California and setting an example for the nation to follow.

• Gov. Brown signed the Climate Change Pact together with the governors of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia to reduce greenhouse gases and promote clean energy.

• Passed the School Success and Opportunity Act, ensuring transgender youth have the opportunity to fully participate and succeed in schools across the state.

• Passed the Homeowners Bill of Rights, allowing more Californians to stay in their homes by keeping banks from foreclosing on families during loan modification.

• Passed legislation granting drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants contributing to local communities.

• Expanded access to safe family planning options for women in underserved rural areas.

• Passed the Middle Class Scholarship, which slashed student fees at UC and CSU by up to 40% for families making under $100,000.

• Implemented online voter registration, making it easier for Californians to register to vote.

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