Photo: wikimedia commonsEdmund Gerald Brown Jr., 39th Governor of California since 2011. ■ Thomas D. Elias / Columnist Most attention given putative new laws passed in the waning moments of this year’s legislative session in Sacramento has gone to items like a “sanctuary state” compromise, making California safer for non-criminal undocumented immigrants and measures to move the state’s next presidential primary up into early March. But the one bill with the most potential to improve this state’s politics is the long-sought “Disclose Act,” which – if Gov. Brown signs it before an Oct. 15 deadline – could do more than any modern measure to clean up California’s money-dominated initiative process. This

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