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What you missed during the first gubernatorial forum last weekend

California gubernatorial candidates Delaine Eastin, left, and Antonio Villaraigosa, right, listen to Gavin Newsom speak at Bovard Auditorium on the USC campus in Los Angeles on Jan. 13, 2018.
California gubernatorial candidates Delaine Eastin, left, and Antonio Villaraigosa, right, listen to Gavin Newsom speak at Bovard Auditorium on the USC campus in Los Angeles on Jan. 13, 2018. Los Angeles Times

In case you missed it:

Leading gubernatorial candidates met for their first town hall event. While Democrats blasted Donald Trump as a racist, John Cox said immigrants are needed to pick fruits and vegetables.

Sen. Tony Mendoza sought spring interns despite sexual harassment allegations.

California joined a lawsuit to restore net neutrality rules.

The state moved a step closer to downsizing the Delta tunnels project.

Attorney General Xavier Becerra had harsh words for the president.

From the opinion pages:

Amid partisan insanity, a few members of Congress offer a compromise for Dreamers, writes The Bee Editorial Board.

Secret settlements are endangering the public. This California bill will fix that, argues Erwin Chemerinsky.

The Bee Editorial Board says there is only one Republican whisperer who can save California from offshore drilling.

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