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Headed to the downtown arena? Smile, you’re on camera

Sacramento is installing 20 police surveillance cameras in the next month at key intersections and at downtown parking garages to prepare for the October opening of Golden 1 Center and thousands of nightly visitors to the area. Black Lives Matter and civil liberties activists question the idea and the process.

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Photographs from "No Safe Place" - a special report by The Sacramento Bee

The Bee is hosting a forum Wednesday called “No Safe Place: A Community Conversation” at the California Museum in an effort to discuss solutions to the Afghans’ plight. Sacramento Congresswoman Doris Matsui, reacting to an investigation by The Sacramento Bee, has formally requested that the federal General Accountability Office evaluate how to improve the resettlement process for Afghan refugees arriving in the United States on Special Immigrant Visas.
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Photographs from "No Safe Place" - a special report by The Sacramento Bee

Central Valley assemblymen give opposing views on farmworker overtime bill 7:41

Central Valley assemblymen give opposing views on farmworker overtime bill

Farmworker overtime bill moves to governor's desk 2:17

Farmworker overtime bill moves to governor's desk

Marines show what happens when you get pepper sprayed 1:52

Marines show what happens when you get pepper sprayed