Hannah Wiley

legislative reporter for the Sacramento Bee

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The California Senate on Wednesday passed a bill to reduce vaccine exemptions. The bill is now on Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk, but its fate is up in the air.

Bill that strengthens vaccine law for school kids goes to Gov. Newsom's desk

The California Senate on Wednesday passed a bill to reduce vaccine exemptions. The bill is now on Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk, but its fate is up in the air.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California Governor Gavin Newsom says he will support a bill that tightens vaccine requirements for school children.

The deep pockets behind the anti-vax movement

California Governor Gavin Newsom says he will support a bill that tightens vaccine requirements for school children.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More than 200 UCLA and Cal State LA students and staff have been quarantined to prevent the spread of measles.

UCLA and Cal State LA students are quarantined because of measles

More than 200 UCLA and Cal State LA students and staff have been quarantined to prevent the spread of measles.

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