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Nightly Buzz, Sept. 18, 2019: Employee benefits + Transgender lawsuit + Trump air pollution

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Gov. Newsom signs bill to expand which California workers get employee benefits

A bill to expand which workers are entitled to employee benefits has been approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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Sacramento-area transgender man can sue over denied hysterectomy

The 1st District Court of Appeal in San Francisco ruled that a Sacramento-area transgender man can sue Mercy San Juan Medical Center over the cancellation of his hysterectomy.

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Trump moves to rescind California’s authority over own air pollution rules

California’s biggest wildfire of 2019, the Walker Fire, is near 100 percent containment after rainfall helped fire crews make great progress fighting the blaze.

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New Beach Hut Deli coming to downtown Sacramento

Owners of a Sacramento Beach Hut Deli announced Tuesday they would open a second location in downtown Sacramento.

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