California Gov. Gray Davis tossed a raspberry in with the peaches he handed the plaintiffs’ bar this legislative session, announcing Tuesday he vetoed legislation that would have revised the state’s anti-SLAPP statute.

The governor killed SB 789, which was carried by Sen. Sheila Kuehl, D-Los Angeles, and sponsored by Consumer Attorneys of California and the California Anti-SLAPP Project.

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