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Supreme Court Hears Pivotal Homeless Case

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A collection of bikes, tarps and other materials forming an encampment.
A homeless encampment is photographed on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022, in San Jose. (Aric Crabb/MediaNews Group/East Bay Times via Getty Images)

Major Homeless Case Goes Before Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments Monday in a case that could have major implications for how cities across the country approach homelessness. This case is called City of Grants Pass, Oregon versus Gloria Johnson. It hinges on whether a local government can issue fines and jail people for camping on public property when there isn’t enough shelter available.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancano, KQED

Backers Of Proposed Ballot Measure Lose First Court Battle Over Naming

A proposed state ballot measure to require schools to notify parents if their child is transgender will continue to go by a title supporters say is inaccurate and biased. 
Reporter: Madison Aument, KVCR

Pay Boost For Incarcerated Workers Increases, Only Slightly

State prison officials are increasing pay for tens of thousands of incarcerated workers. But most will still be earning less than one dollar an hour.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero, KQED

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