As expected, state lawmakers on Tuesday killed a bill aimed at curbing class actions in California.

But far from ending debate on the issue, the bill’s defeat ignited talk in the Capitol that the real intent of the legislation’s backers is to pursue a similarly worded ballot measure. The chatter was fueled in part by an unusual public letter of support for the bill from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Office of Planning and Research.

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