Nightly Buzz

Nightly Buzz, Aug. 9, 2019: city restaurant shutdown + gender equity law + immigration detention center

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County shuts down restaurant for first time in 25 years

The county permanently shut down North Border Tacos on 47th Street in south Sacramento after two years of alleged pest infestations and other offenses.

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Lawsuit targets state’s corporate gender equity law

A California law aimed at creating more gender equity in corporate boardrooms is under fire. Conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit to block the law from going into effect, calling it “brazenly unconstitutional.”

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Yolo County may shutter immigrant youth detention center

Yolo County supervisors appear ready to terminate a decade-old contract with the federal government to house migrant teenagers in a high-security detention center in Woodland.

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Ultrasound machines donated to center serving the poor

The Women’s Health Center run by WellSpace Health in South Sacramento showed off three new, state-of-the-art ultrasound machines, which will help the facility better serve low-income patients. The donated machines cost upward of $100,000.

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