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In the 40-plus years Jerry Brown has been in California politics, he's been called a lot of things -- brilliant, wacky, unpredictable, loner. This week, as he unveiled his revised state budget proposal, he described himself as something else -- a "back stop" against irrational exuberance in Sacramento. Is this Jerry Brown 2.0 -- or vintage Brown? Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters, who's covered the capitol and Jerry Brown for most of Brown's career, talks to host Scott Shafer.
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