Jessica Levinson was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle about the influence of Jerry Brown's wife on his future tenure as governor.
Here is an excerpt of the full article:
"What do you do when your wife, an unpaid adviser, becomes the focus of controversy? Analysts and watchdogs say such a problem would probably cause more stress in a couple's marriage or with other staff than anything else.
'But the public really has no recourse with other unelected advisers, either, like a chief of staff,' said Jessica Levinson, director of political reform at the nonpartisan Center for Governmental Studies in Los Angeles."
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