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Trump impeachment divides California Democrats

Tom Steyer: Congress refusing to take stand on impeaching Trump

Tom Steyer, founder of Need to Impeach, says Congress isn't doing its job in overseeing President Donald Trump. He is calling for impeachment, which is creating a rift within the Democratic Party.
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Tom Steyer, founder of Need to Impeach, says Congress isn't doing its job in overseeing President Donald Trump. He is calling for impeachment, which is creating a rift within the Democratic Party.

In case you missed it:

Should President Donald Trump be impeached? Democratic activist Tom Steyer is forcing his party to answer the question. Bryan Anderson reports on the range of perspectives among California Democrats. He also writes about an ongoing debate over whether bitcoin can be used to make campaign contributions.

Gov. Jerry Brownwill decide whether Californians vote on daylight saving time in November, Alexei Koseff writes.

Emily Cadei reports Sen. Dianne Feinstein is working with Republicans to reach a compromise on the issue of families being separated at the border. California is suing the Trump administration over its policy separating migrant children from their family members detained at the border, Angela Hart explains.

A deal is in the works to pull a consumer privacy measure from the California ballot, Taryn Luna reports.

Dan Smith offers an overview of the initiatives that will be on your ballot this November — at least so far.

From the opinion pages:

The Bee's Editorial Board argues it’s a waste of time for California to scrap daylight saving time.

California Democrats are trying to flip San Diego County, writes Dan Walters.

Trump's immigration policies have traumatized thousands of children, and the country has a moral obligation to fix the damage it has caused, according to Leah Hibel, associate professor of human development and family studies at UC Davis, and Andrea C. Buhler-Wassman, a graduate student in human development.

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