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1 CALIFORNIA EXODUS: An Online Industry Seizes COVID-19 to Sell the Red State Dream
2 In California: State to ban sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, and CSU gets a new chancellor
3 Growing Number Of Californians Opting To Leave The State
4 Disneyland stuck ‘in limbo’ waiting for California theme park reopening plan from state
5 More housing vacant in Truckee than Nevada County, state of California
6 California Coronavirus Updates: Children Are Being Held Out Of Kindergarten At Higher Rates Due To The Pandemic
7 Meet California State University's New Chancellor
8 California Bar OKs Temporary Law Licenses in Place of Bar Exam
9 State of emergency in California over heat, power strain
10 Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency as multiple California counties battle wildfires
11 Coronavirus in California: The State's Plan for Reopening
12 Verizon, AT&T reach $116 million California settlement
13 Here's What California Lawmakers Did On Their Last Day Of Session
14 What You Need to Know About California’s 12 New Ballot Propositions
15 'Debate Is Over,' California's Governor Says. 'This Is A Climate Damn Emergency.'
16 California reopens more widely as infections hit lowest rate
17 California Coronavirus Updates: No Mask Nevada Demonstrators Protest Outside The Governor's Private Home
18 The Uncertain State of US Data Protection: California Leads the Way
19 California will be the last state to produce a 2019 CAFR
20 Meet the State Senator Shifting California’s Workplace Culture
21 3 more Bay Area counties move from purple to red tier in Calif. reopening plan
22 On the verge: These 2020 bills are up to the governor
23 California's EV Plan Would Lower State's Total Transportation Emissions by 16% in Next Decade, Analysis Finds
24 Cal State University names Joseph I. Castro chancellor
25 Wildfires In California Will 'Continue To Get Worse,' Climate Change Experts Explore Why
26 California Coronavirus Updates: Some Northern California Counties Move Into A Lower Risk Tier
27 Court: California church entitled to trial on challenge to restrictions
28 Quick Guide: What California’s color-coded county tracking system means for schools
29 California Coronavirus Updates: US Men's Soccer Team Cancels October Games Are Canceled Due To Pandemic
30 Cal State Chooses First Mexican American Chancellor
31 In defense of California
32 California is a failed state. How do we know? They're moving to Arizona in droves.
33 Scorched California faces more hot, dry and windy weather
34 Dozens of students were inappropriately admitted to California universities, state auditor says
35 'There was no fighting this fire,' California survivor says
36 California ban on fracking by 2024 criticized as too late
37 Warmer. Burning. Epidemic-challenged. Expensive. The California Dream has become the California Compromise.
38 Trump's California relationship overshadows wildfire visit
39 Governor became a one-man ruler of the state of California through fiat
40 California new jobless claims 230000 before state shuts off new applications
41 California Fire Map, Update: Creek Blaze Largest Wildfire in State History, Still 'Actively Burning'
42 Jewish groups urge California governor to step in amid ethnic studies controversy
43 Six months ago California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency, how do people feel now?
44 California warns flu, COVID could overwhelm hospitals
45 State Of California Officially Promotes Marijuana Industry With New Campaign
46 COVID-19 updates: Texas surpasses California in positive cases, becomes 2nd behind New York
47 More Than Five Million Acres Have Burned in West Coast’s Wildfires
48 Gov. Newsom names attorney for dual role as adviser, state education board executive director
49 California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Announces 5 Counties Have Come Off State Monitoring List; Is L.A. Next?
50 Orange County schools reopen amid parent, teacher concerns
51 Thought no one was answering calls at California’s EDD? You were nearly right, report says
52 California State Officials Announce Latest COVID-19 Facts for Wednesday Afternoon, September 23 – 787,470 (Up 3,146 Over Tuesday's Report) Confirmed Cases, 15,204 Deaths (Up 133 Over Tuesday's Report)
53 California fire becomes largest in state history | TheHill
54 How California Became Ground Zero for Climate Disasters
55 'The new reality for California' : State Insurance Commissioner urges action to stabilize insurance after wildfires
56 This L.A. company was hit with state's largest-ever COVID-19 fine. Some say it's a model for worker safety
57 Wildfires Lead to Helicopter Rescues in California and Destruction in Washington
58 California moves to end sales of new gas-powered cars
59 Most Californians say wildfire threat is worse, poll finds
60 Why California state workers won’t get this tax break offered by President Trump
61 California ballot measure to lift ban on affirmative action widely opposed by surveyed voters
62 New Survey Ranks California Sixth Happiest State In America
63 California's Joshua tree could become first to win protections because of climate crisis
64 Column: A sobering view of California's climate catastrophe
65 Carpool lane revolt in 1976 changed California’s policy: Roadshow
66 Feinstein's husband influenced UC admissions in 'problematic' way, state auditor confirms
67 He fought wildfires while imprisoned. California reported him to Ice for deportation
68 California's largest single wildfire spawned two massive firenados -- one was an EF2
69 Why is California burning?
70 Report: California’s finances 'dire' prior to COVID, with debt burden of $275 billion
71 California will allow former inmates to have records expunged so they can fight fires
72 California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Issues New Reopening Guidance; Kids At Schools, Day Care, Youth Sports and Colleges Told To Operate In Small Groups Of “Cohorts”
73 Judge Rules California State Law Does Not Prohibit Federal Forum Provisions That Seek To Avoid Cyan’s Bar on Removal of Securities Claims
74 Wiener says he’ll move to ban fracking in California, following Newsom’s lead
75 Denny Anspach, who led creation of California State Railroad Museum, dies (corrected)
76 $1 billion federal-state agreement seeks to reduce California wildfire risks
77 California’s rent strike: Who pays and how it works
78 Gov. Newsom told this California town they’d get safe drinking water. It’s been a year
79 California state senator defends controversial SB 145, relating to sex offenders
80 Election 2020: A breakdown of California’s 12 ballot propositions
81 California has poor air quality. Now clean air is a luxury item
82 Northern California Wildfires: Where To Find Updates On Air Quality, Evacuations, And Official Information
83 California's Deadliest Spring in 20 Years Suggests COVID Undercount
84 WelbeHealth Expands PACE into Fresno, California Region | State
85 Activists Sue California Attorney General To Block Use Of Gang Database
86 California Senate Republicans under COVID-19 quarantine
87 Assessing the State of Demand Response Amid California’s Grid Stresses
88 California Senate Republicans criticize delays to critical fire prevention programs as fires sweep through state
89 California's EV rush
90 Chico State becomes first California university to close dorms after students move in
91 California issues rules for opening schools to high-needs students
92 CA Governor Declares State of Emergency for San Diego County Due to Valley Fire
93 California could lose federal tax dollars for 10 years due to inaccurate Census
94 California State Court Upholds Exclusive Federal Forum-Selection Charter Provision for 1933 Act Suits
95 A guide to how Colorado's climate-change response compares to California's and other states
96 COMMENTARY: We must embrace new strategies for California students to avoid college debt
97 Stalled Talks Over Covid-19 Stimulus in the U.S. Show Signs of Life
98 Bold Action Is Needed; This Executive Order Is Not That
99 Gov. Newsom signs executive order phasing out sale of gas-powered passenger cars by 2035
100 Amid challenges, CSUF’s Project Rebound keeps supporting formerly incarcerated students