Governor Vetoes Minimum Wage, Wal-Mart, Drug Testing Bills
Governor Schwarzenegger has vetoed bills that would raise California´s minimum wage to 7-75 an hour and require economic impact reports before local governments approve Wal-Mart like superstores.
The Republican governor has also turned down a measure limiting random drug testing of students.
Schwarzenegger contends the minimum wage and Wal-Mart bills would hurt the state´s economy.
He says drug testing policies should be left up to local schools.