SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown has until Sunday to decide the fate of 350 bills on his desk, including legislation that would create net neutrality regulations in California, expand access to abortion pills at public universities and increase public access to police misconduct records. Brown can either sign or veto bills or let them become law without his signature. Bills go into effect Jan. 1, unless another date is specifically listed in the legislation. Brown has yet to weigh in on SB822 by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, which would create the strongest net neutrality protections in the country. Those regulations would bar internet service companies from slowing rival websites or those that don’t pay for faster service.