Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law about 100 bills related to education or children's issues and vetoed 26. That's based on an EdSource tally of the bills that made it to his desk this year. Oct. 15 was the deadline for the governor to take action. In total, Brown considered 977 bills and signed 859, vetoing the rest. Most of the education bills originated in the Assembly, which has 80 members. Both the Assembly and the Senate have to approve a bill to make it to the governor's desk.