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A national network of abortion providers launched a billboard campaign that targets what it calls the deceptive tactics of “crisis pregnancy centers.”
One lawmaker believes the first step to curbing the epidemic of opioid abuse is limiting access to the highly addictive drugs.
‘It’s going to take real work’ to fight harassment,” incoming Senate leader Toni Atkins declared.
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Susan Kennedy, a top aide to former governors, will pay a $32,500 fine from the state ethics watchdog for failing to register as a lobbyist.
From the opinion page:
We must save the dying Sierra, The Bee Editorial Board writes.