Some may ask why California Gov. Pete Wilson waited until the last minute Sept. 30 to veto two key leasing bills, a master leasing measure and the Richmond Unified School District bailout legislation.

Aides explain that the governor was deluged with an unprecedented 1,100 bills from the state Legislature when it adjourned in early September, all of which had to be either signed or vetoed by Oct. 1.

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