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SACRAMENTO – Governor Jerry Brown announced Monday afternoon that he has vetoed Senate Bill 610. The bill updated the California Franchise Relations Act so that the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing as stipulated in California law could not be waived in a franchise contract and a franchise could not be frivolously terminated unless there was a "substantial and material breach" of the franchise contract.

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