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Questions Continue About What To Do With Millions In Aid In Planada

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Planada Flooding
PLANADA, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 11: In an aerial view, floodwaters fill the streets in front of homes on January 11, 2023 in Planada, California. The Central Valley town of Planada was devastated by widespread flooding after a severe atmospheric river event moved through the area.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Planada Struggles With How To Divide Relief Money

In one of the many low income rural communities struck by flooding earlier this year, residents and local officials are still wrangling over how to spend recovery money. At issue is $20 million in state funds for the Central Valley town of Planada.
Reporter: Nicole Foy, CalMatters

Gathering Focuses On Talks Of End Of Life

A few hundred hospice nurses, chaplains and grief counselors met in Los Angeles this month at the End Well gathering. Think of it as the TEDx conference for end of life issues. But this year, the organizers invited actors writers and producers from Hollywood to attend, too.
Reporter: April Dembosky, KQED


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