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What Sessions and California are really fighting about

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions pumps his fist during the introduction of McGregor Scott, U.S. Attorney for the eastern district during the 26th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Day hosted by the California Peace Officers' Association on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 in Sacramento, Calif.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions pumps his fist during the introduction of McGregor Scott, U.S. Attorney for the eastern district during the 26th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Day hosted by the California Peace Officers' Association on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 in Sacramento, Calif. rpench@sacbee.com

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From the opinion pages:

This is what Jeff Sessions and California are really fighting about, writes Kevin R. Johnson, U.C. Davis law school dean.

Teachers need gun control, not guns, according to Tom Torlakson, state superintendent of public instruction, and past California Teachers of the Year Brian McDaniel and Michael Hayden.

It's time for a new guard of California Democrats to push single-payer health care, write UC Berkeley lecturer Harry Snyder and public health policy advocate Courtney Hutchison.

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