Gov. Brown signed new laws that allow some undocumented immigrants to legally drive, bar "gay conversion" therapy for minors and permit parole for some juvenile killers after 25 years, and he vetoed bills requiring shade and water breaks for farm workers, state-mandated breaks for nannies and the Trust Act that would have limited some deportations. He also signed the film business tax credit extension and acted on other bills. Rough and Tumble
Arnold Schwarzenegger told "60 Minutes" that he officiated at two same-sex marriages while governor, including of his chief of staff Susan Kennedy. LAT
Schwarzenegger's new memoir "suffers from a startling lack of self-reflection," says reviewer Mary McNamara. LAT
Rick Orlov's Tipoff: Richard Riordan's pension reform plan would let voters decide, and Rick Caruso's people say their just doing their homework for a possible campaign. DN
A day after his office was blamed for scuttling a deal to privatize management at the Los Angeles Zoo, City Attorney Carmen Trutanich's office pledged to help resolve problems with the public-private partnership. DN
The LA Times endorsed Rep. Janice Hahn over Rep. Laura Richardson. LAT
The Southern California Institute of Architecture launched a massive new online media archive of lectures recorded at the school since 1974. It includes some 600 videos that span more than 3,000 catalogued topics and more than 1,000 hours of footage. Downtown News
Both LA baseball teams stayed alive with three games to play in the season: the Dodgers trail the Cardinals by 2 wins for the last wild card spot in the National League playoffs, and the Angels trail by 3 in the AL.
Arthur O. Sulzberger, the New York Times publisher from 1963 to 1992 who was called Punch, died Saturday at age 86 after a long illness. NYT
I'll be posting more infrequently for a few days.