Nightly Buzz

Tonight’s Nightly Buzz: Aug. 1, 2019

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Nearly 100,000 millennials in the Sacramento area live at home

A review by The Sacramento Bee of census data shows 96,000 millennials in Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado still live at home.

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New law requires water systems to notify Californians about cancer-linked chemicals

Starting next year, California water systems msut tell residents if their water sources contain potentially tox levels of cancer-linked chemicals.

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California’s Teachers’ Association spent $1 million a month to restrict charter schools

The state’s biggest teachers union has spent more than $1 million a month since April to influence lawmakers over charter schools.

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Tahoe man kickstarts ‘vegan fur’ jacket business

A Lake Tahoe local has started an apparel company that sells vegan fur jackets. The creator believes real fur is overpriced, outdated and unnecessary.

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