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Newsom previously reported immigrants to ICE; Bera adjusts to frontrunner status; Sac Bee bomb scare

Sacramento police bomb squad members inspect the suspicious package outside The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento police bomb squad members inspect the suspicious package outside The Sacramento Bee on Thursday morning, July 19. The scare ended without incident about three hours after police arrived.
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Sacramento police bomb squad members inspect the suspicious package outside The Sacramento Bee on Thursday morning, July 19. The scare ended without incident about three hours after police arrived.

In case you missed it:

During his time as the mayor of San Francisco, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom reported young immigrants to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Democratic Congressman Ami Bera finds himself in the unfamiliar position as a favorite going into the general election.

A bomb scare at The Sacramento Bee ended without incident.

Covered California expects premiums will rise an average of 9 percent next year.

The Tri-Valley region leads the Bay Area in job creation, according to a Bay Area Council Economic Institute analysis.

From the opinion pages:

Harmeet Dhillon, a Republican National Committeewoman, argues California’s sanctuary laws don’t just hurt Californians. They also hurt immigrants.

Dan Schnur, former chairman of the California Fair Political Practices Commission, and Steve Westly, former state controller, explains how California can head off the next recession and step back from partisan extremes.

The Bee’s Editorial Board says the “new normal” on wildfires isn’t reason enough to give utilities a free pass.

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