By  on October 12, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO – Republican California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger over the weekend vetoed the latest attempt by a state legislature to make merchants liable for costs caused by breaches in electronic security.

However, the fight over the data security bill, which passed in September with strong bipartisan majorities – 73-0 in the Assembly and 30-6 in the Senate – isn’t over. Its sponsor, Democratic State Sen. Dave Jones, is expected to seek an override vote, which requires a two-thirds majority to buck the governor.

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