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24 Aug

I've decided to try something a bit different. As you know, I take news sources from the left and right. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. So today we have California headline news. From the NY Times and KTLA.

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  • Hog farms: California has yet to fully write and approve the necessary regulations concerning pig welfare, The Associated Press reports.
  • Housing bill: With days left of the legislative session, politicians will most likely have to choose between supporting California’s most ambitious proposal for housing affordability or alienating a powerful labor union, CalMatters reports.
  • Cannabis: A newly proposed bill would protect workers from being penalized for using cannabis outside of work hours, The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
  • Racial discrimination: In two of California’s largest racial bias cases, records show that racial insults and discriminatory treatment against Black employees were mainly inflicted by Latino co-workers, The Los Angeles Times reports.
  • Climate law: Democrats designed the climate law to be a game changer. Here’s how.
  • Advocates pushing to extend the life of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant are growing increasingly optimistic, despite critics’ concerns.
  • Central American studies: East Los Angeles College will become the first community college in California, and the nation, to offer a Central American studies program, KABC-TV reports.
  • Black film artists: A new exhibit at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures gives early Black trailblazers in film their due, The Los Angeles Times reports.
  • Solar-reflective: One million square feet of Los Angeles roads are being covered with solar-reflective paint, Fast Company reports.
  • Reunification: The Northern Chumash people of San Luis Obispo celebrated as pieces of Morro Rock were passed up from a tomol boat and “reunified,” The San Luis Obispo Tribune reports.
  • Missing teen: A body found in Prosser Reservoir is believed to be that of the 16-year-old Kiely Rodini, who went missing after attending a party at a Sierra Nevada campground, The Associated Press reports.

A dad took photos of his naked toddler for the doctor. Google flagged him as a criminal. 

The Diablo Canyon Power Plant in Avila Beach supplies about 9 percent of California’s electricity.Michael Mariant/Associated Press 

A father who was flagged as a criminal by Google was frustrated at the company’s refusal to reinstate his account after he explained what had happened.Aaron Wojack for The New York Times 

For $1.5 million: an Arts and Crafts bungalow in Pasadena, a 1978 ranch house in Solvang and a 1903 Edwardian home in Berkeley.

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