Ezra Romero

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Hundreds of protesters gathered at the state capitol building in Sacramento yesterday, to speak out against the Trump Administration’s plan to expand oil and gas drilling in federal…

Public meeting on offshore oil expansion draws angry coastal activists

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the state capitol building in Sacramento yesterday, to speak out against the Trump Administration’s plan to expand oil and gas drilling in federal…

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Is another drought on tap in California?

Did state officials declare the drought over, too early?

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