Sunday, October 18, 2015

A 'new' old home for Jerry Brown -- he's moving into the governor's mansion

After decades as a staid museum, California's Victorian-style governor's mansion will become a home again.

Gov. Jerry Brown, whose father occupied the home as governor in the 1960s, plans to leave his modern loft in downtown Sacramento and move into the newly refurbished, three-story house with his wife and two dogs in the coming months.


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