By Jim Christie SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 27 (Reuters) - California legislators neared the end of their current session on Friday by handing some stinging setbacks to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and leaving him with bills to sign that will test his political convictions. The developments are a sign of an increasingly assertive legislature, and they leave the popular governor bruised as he prepares for his speech at next week's Republican National Convention in New York, political analysts said. ...
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