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California Assemblyman Mike Gatto introduced radical legislation last week to put a proposal on the November ballot to shut down the state’s Public Utilities Commission by 2018. What would happen to the industries it regulates?
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The Brewsters’ son Zach struggled for years with addiction and nearly died of an overdose. Now in recovery, Zach and his family, like many others, are happy the issue has forced its way into this year’s presidential election.
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Transgender women in India have a tradition and a name. They're called Hijra a third gender. Their lives aren't easy or well understood. A music video is giving these transgender women a chance to reveal themselves.
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