SACRAMENTO — Less than a week after state lawmakers authorized a broad audit of her branch’s spending practices, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye on Monday called for more cooperation between the Legislature and the judiciary.

In her third State of the Judiciary address, the chief justice cited this year’s 50th anniversary of the federal Civil Rights Act, arguing that the work of the president and Congress on the landmark legislation would have been meaningless without the enforcement provided by the third branch of government.

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