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The California Report

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The Cost of Special Elections

The spate of sexual harassment allegations has led two state lawmakers to resign. Local election officials are feeling the burden of special elections to fill those vacancies.
Reporter: Scott Shafer

Cooking Fires at Homeless Camps Draw Scrutiny

One of the several December wildfires in Southern California was linked to a cooking fire that apparently got out of control at a homeless encampment. That kind of outdoor living is now drawing increased scrutiny from residents, law enforcement and homeless advocates.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas

What California Can Learn from Oregon About Recreational Marijuana

While Oregon’s rollout of recreational marijuana hasn’t been without criticism, it has brought in a lot of money to the state.
Guest: Bryan Vance

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