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Written by Amy Ta, produced by Sarah Sweeney 
 California Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his budget Thursday. In it, he is proposing $7 billion in new spending, most of which would go…

Republican State Senator Jim Nielsen: Newsom’s budget is encouraging, Trump’s FEMA tweet is not helpful

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Sarah Sweeney California Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his budget Thursday. In it, he is proposing $7 billion in new spending, most of which would go…

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GQ's editor-in-chief Jim Nelson joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss how the magazine influences the power of celebrity and style.

Jim Nelson: GQ Editor-in-Chief

GQ's editor-in-chief Jim Nelson joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss how the magazine influences the power of celebrity and style.

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