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California’s housing crisis was decades in the making. It needs more than quick fixes

Not wanting to waste a crisis, legislators returning Monday will consider 15 housing related bills in the coming weeks. Big fixes remain elusive.

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Ag industry is stepping up for safe drinking water

The California Rice Commission, the Western Growers Association and other agriculture industry leaders have stepped up to support Senate Bill 623 to provide emergency relief and also fund water treatment facilities. It calls for a small fee on residential water bills and a fee on farms.

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Parents share challenges they face with children who have rare genetic mutation

In August 2017, families with children who have a rare genetic mutation gathered with scientists at a hotel in suburban Washington, DC, at the invitation of Sacramento lobbyist Joe Lang, whose daughter Jordan has the disorder. Will and Lisa McCarty of Fresno came with their son, Liam. The mutation is on a gene known as PPP2R5D.
Dan Morain The Sacramento Bee
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Parents share challenges they face with children who have rare genetic mutation

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