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Abortion ruling threatens Roe v Wade, California legislators say

Democratic California lawmakers Autumn Burke of Marina del Rey and David Chiu of San Francisco vow to continue efforts to require pregnancy centers to give abortion information despite a Supreme Court ruling that it violates the First Amendment.
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Democratic California lawmakers Autumn Burke of Marina del Rey and David Chiu of San Francisco vow to continue efforts to require pregnancy centers to give abortion information despite a Supreme Court ruling that it violates the First Amendment.

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Anderson also writes that the Oakland A's are asking lawmakers for added legal protection as they work to build a new stadium.

Gov. Jerry Brown dined with soda industry representatives ahead of a tax ban deal, Alexei Koseff explains.

Adam Ashton reports California prison guards have approved a one-year contract with a 5 percent raise.

From the opinion pages:

The Bee's Editorial Board says the Supreme Court’s anti-abortion ruling in California upholds the right to misinform.

Jeff Harris, who represents District 3 on the Sacramento City Council and is a member of the Sites Project Authority Board, writes that the Sites project — a proposed off-stream reservoir north of the Delta — is too smart of an an investment for California to pass up.

Tom Dalzell, chairman of the California Citizens Compensation Commission, on June 26, 2018 discusses reasoning behind the 3 percent pay raise granted elected officials. The salary increases go into effect on Dec. 3.

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