Governor Newsom Surveys Flood Damage in Pajaro

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Governor Gavin Newsom holds a press conference near Parajo flooding
Gov. Gavin Newsom holds press conference near Pajaro flooding after he toured damaged areas in Pajaro of Monterey County on March 15, 2023 as atmospheric river storms hit California.  (Tayfun CoÅkun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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