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June 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Officials push life jacket use in Sacramento waters

Watching his 12-year-old son wade ashore the Sacramento River, Chris Stirk had no idea he was breaking a law that required children to wear life vests until Niko King, assistant chief of the Sacramento Fire Department, crouched beside his beach chair and told him.

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