It’s the largest state economy in the country and the fifth-largest economy in the world. It is a state with an international celebrity for a governor and a maze of complex, business-related regulations of interest to a range of firms and industries. By all logic, California — and Sacramento in particular — should be a hotbed of lobbyist activity.

And it is, in some ways.

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