SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — State lawmakers officially begin their next two-year session with the Legislature reshaped by the November election. Voters gave Democrats two-thirds majorities in the Assembly and Senate, enough to raise taxes if they choose without Republican support. They also approved Gov. Jerry Brown's tax initiative, which will bring in about $6 billion a year. Today's events will be mostly ceremonial before the Legislature adjourns for the holidays, though some bills will be introduced.