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John Cox punts on immigration, climate change

‘Politicians..hammering out the problem’ would solve immigration issues, John Cox says

Republican John Cox backed President Donald Trump’s border security policy resulting in children being separated from their parents at the border.
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Republican John Cox backed President Donald Trump’s border security policy resulting in children being separated from their parents at the border.

In case you missed it:

California Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox defended President Donald Trump's stance on immigration during a press conference at the Capitol today, Angela Hart reported. He also dodged a question about his position on climate change.

Hart also wrote that a new initiative on rent control will make its way onto the November ballot.

Adam Ashton reported that the state budget will help undocumented immigrants fight deportation.

In this morning's alert, Bryan Anderson introduced himself to readers, expressing his profound distrust of sushi and salads. The alert also examined how Republicans are responding to a Sacramento Bee story about the effects Proposition 47 has had on recidivism rates.

From the opinion pages:

A Sacramento Bee editorial argues there is a "frat house" vibe at the Capitol and a need for better handling of workplace misconduct claims.

Carmela Coyle, president and CEO of the California Hospital Association, and Jessica Cruz, CEO of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, discuss a newly formed coalition called Behavioral Health Action. The coalition will be launched at the state Capitol on Tuesday

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