Laura J. Nelson

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Fair Shake, a Super PAC backed by Silicon Valley money, is running attack ads against Democrat Katie Porter. Who are they, and why are they so against Porter?

Crypto investor-funded Super PAC is top spender in CA Senate race

Fair Shake, a Super PAC backed by Silicon Valley money, is running attack ads against Democrat Katie Porter. Who are they, and why are they so against Porter?

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Southern California has long been the center of New Age culture in America. Communities embraced techniques such as yoga, reiki, and meditation.

SoCal is known for its wellness culture. Turns out it’s also a hotbed for Q-Anon

Southern California has long been the center of New Age culture in America. Communities embraced techniques such as yoga, reiki, and meditation.

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California mailed ballots to every registered voter this year because of the pandemic.

What happens when ballots are rejected because signatures don’t match what’s on file

California mailed ballots to every registered voter this year because of the pandemic.

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