California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new law that prevents companies from engaging in actions that could be deemed critical of Israel.
The new law prevents companies that boycott or discriminate against any country, including Israel, from doing business with California.
Brown signed Assembly Bill 2844 on Saturday afternoon. The State Senate approved the bill by a vote of 34 to 1 on August 24, and the State Assembly passed it by 69 to 1 on August 30.
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