SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown dashed the hopes of plaintiffs lawyers and organized labor on Sunday when he vetoed legislation that would have barred companies from forcing new hires to sign workplace arbitration pacts as a condition of employment.

In his veto message, Brown wrote that although he is concerned about fairness in settling workplace disputes, Assembly Bill 465 was too “far-reaching.”

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