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Gov. Newsom abruptly announces he won’t attend the U.N. climate change conference. Lt. Gov. Kounalakis will lead the California delegation.

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Gov. Newsom and state leaders are going to an international conference to make a statement on California climate change policy.

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The California eviction moratorium ends after Sept. 30, but tenants still have some protections and can get help paying the rent. Here’s a FAQ.

What you need to know as California eviction moratorium ends

The California eviction moratorium ends after Sept. 30, but tenants still have some protections and can get help paying the rent. Here’s a FAQ.

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After initial returns showed the recall failing by a nearly 70% to 30% margin, the Associated Press and TV networks called the race for Newsom.

California recall: The 2022 campaign starts now

After initial returns showed the recall failing by a nearly 70% to 30% margin, the Associated Press and TV networks called the race for Newsom.

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The attempt to recall Governor Gavin Newsom has failed, according to a call by The Associated Press, allowing the governor to stay in office until at least 2023.

Gov. Newsom keeps his seat after a majority of California voters reject the recall

The attempt to recall Governor Gavin Newsom has failed, according to a call by The Associated Press, allowing the governor to stay in office until at least 2023.

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Shirley Weber has been thrust into the awkward position of administering the California recall that could oust the man who appointed her.

Recall puts elections chief in political pickle

Shirley Weber has been thrust into the awkward position of administering the California recall that could oust the man who appointed her.

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Some GOP recall candidates say they would use emergency power to pass their agenda, and try to persuade the Democratic Legislature.

If Newsom is recalled, how would a Republican governor get anything done?

Some GOP recall candidates say they would use emergency power to pass their agenda, and try to persuade the Democratic Legislature.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom now seems likely to survive the effort to recall him, but he should reflect on what got him into trouble.

Newsom put himself in recall danger

California Gov. Gavin Newsom now seems likely to survive the effort to recall him, but he should reflect on what got him into trouble.

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While rumors are rampant about stolen ballots and suspicious holes in voting envelopes, state and local officials say they have put measures in place to keep elections secure.

Recall fact and fiction: What you need to know about the election fraud rumors you’re seeing

While rumors are rampant about stolen ballots and suspicious holes in voting envelopes, state and local officials say they have put measures in place to keep elections secure.

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The leading Republican candidate in the California recall election is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition of voters — and overcome criticism for his views on race.

Why is Larry Elder focusing so much on reaching out to Latino and Asian voters?

The leading Republican candidate in the California recall election is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition of voters — and overcome criticism for his views on race.

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The recall election could end up with three very different results for the future of Gov. Gavin Newsom and of politics in California. Here’s how the scenarios could play out.

Decision time: Three ways the California recall election could go

The recall election could end up with three very different results for the future of Gov. Gavin Newsom and of politics in California. Here’s how the scenarios could play out.

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In a 90-minute interview, John Cox discussed COVID-19 “hysteria,” homelessness and other key California issues as he seeks traction in the Newsom recall election.

Who is John Cox and what would he do as governor?

In a 90-minute interview, John Cox discussed COVID-19 “hysteria,” homelessness and other key California issues as he seeks traction in the Newsom recall election.

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In an hour-long interview, Newsom recall candidate Larry Elder discussed his libertarian policies and why he won’t debate other Republicans.

Who is Larry Elder and what would he do as governor?

In an hour-long interview, Newsom recall candidate Larry Elder discussed his libertarian policies and why he won’t debate other Republicans.

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In a 70-minute interview, the state assemblymember explains why he won’t criticize Republicans, blames Gov.

Who is Kevin Kiley and what would he do as governor?

In a 70-minute interview, the state assemblymember explains why he won’t criticize Republicans, blames Gov.

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California’s unemployment department has consistently been one of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s biggest political liabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How much will California’s EDD scandal cost Newsom in the recall election?

California’s unemployment department has consistently been one of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s biggest political liabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Latinos are the largest ethnic group in California at 39% of the population , and a growing share of the electorate at about 28% of registered voters .

Could Latino voters make the difference in whether Newsom survives California’s recall election?

Latinos are the largest ethnic group in California at 39% of the population , and a growing share of the electorate at about 28% of registered voters .

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For some business owners, the pain during the pandemic adds to longstanding frustrations over the cost of living in California, which could motivate them to vote to recall Newsom.

Are small business owners angry enough at Gavin Newsom to throw him out of office?

For some business owners, the pain during the pandemic adds to longstanding frustrations over the cost of living in California, which could motivate them to vote to recall Newsom.

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For the first time in nearly two decades, California voters will decide whether to remove their governor in a recall election set for Sept. 14.

California recall election voter guide: How to vote and what happens after

For the first time in nearly two decades, California voters will decide whether to remove their governor in a recall election set for Sept. 14.

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After months of reluctance, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday mandated that all California school employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 or be tested weekly.

Newsom makes California first state to require teacher vaccines or COVID tests

After months of reluctance, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday mandated that all California school employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 or be tested weekly.

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Undocumented families, aging homes, high unemployment: The root causes for a cluster of evictions in this Southern California blue-collar port city.

A quiet crisis: Tenants fall through the safety net into an eviction cluster in Long Beach

Undocumented families, aging homes, high unemployment: The root causes for a cluster of evictions in this Southern California blue-collar port city.

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Two decades ago, California enacted a law to remove guns from people deemed too dangerous to be armed. But the measure, plagued by problems, has not achieved its promise.

Outgunned: Why California’s groundbreaking firearms law is failing

Two decades ago, California enacted a law to remove guns from people deemed too dangerous to be armed. But the measure, plagued by problems, has not achieved its promise.

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California voters will decide Gov. Gavin Newsom’s fate September 14. Lt. Gov.

California Recall: What to know about the effort to remove Gavin Newsom

California voters will decide Gov. Gavin Newsom’s fate September 14. Lt. Gov.

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The last-minute change would more than double what’s in the current budget deal.

Governor, lawmakers add $500 million to wildfire prevention budget, following CapRadio, NPR California Newsroom investigation

The last-minute change would more than double what’s in the current budget deal.

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