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    The drought is over, but that doesn't mean the end of calamity for Northern California – the abundance of rain and snow could produce more wildfires and drownings, officials say.

The drought is over, but that doesn't mean the end of calamity for Northern California – the abundance of rain and snow could produce more wildfires and drownings, officials say. Hector Amezcua and Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
The drought is over, but that doesn't mean the end of calamity for Northern California – the abundance of rain and snow could produce more wildfires and drownings, officials say. Hector Amezcua and Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee

Facing worsening wildfires, Congress seeks bipartisan answer. Where’s Tom McClintock?

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