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By Scott Shafer/ The California Report By the time Donald Trump lands at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar north of San Diego on Tuesday, he will have been President of the…

5 things to watch for during President Trump’s first visit to California

By Scott Shafer/ The California Report By the time Donald Trump lands at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar north of San Diego on Tuesday, he will have been President of the…

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By April Dembosky Update, 7:39 a.m.

Voters approve $2 Tobacco Tax, but reject other health measures

By April Dembosky Update, 7:39 a.m.

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There’s an estimated 28,000 homeless people in the city of L.A. and about half a million nationwide — a massive, largely untapped voting bloc.

Yes, you can vote if you’re homeless

There’s an estimated 28,000 homeless people in the city of L.A. and about half a million nationwide — a massive, largely untapped voting bloc.

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Measure J would set aside 10% of locally-generated unrestricted money in LA County's budget — to be spent on alternatives to incarceration.

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Followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory are targeting incumbent lawmakers with vicious online attacks and death threats.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The presidential election is November 3. With the COVID-19 pandemic, voters might be wondering whether it’s safer to vote by mail or in person. How do mail-in ballots work anyway?

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The Census count ends midnight Hawaii time. The Supreme Court earlier this week allowed the Trump administration to cut the Census count by about two weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

There are millions of eligible voters in America, including 8 million in California alone.

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Win or lose, Joe Biden has a personal story of tragedy and ultimate survival.

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In California, more than 4.5 million voters have already returned their mail-in ballots. Over a third of those ballots are from voters ages 65 and up. According to Dr.

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Commentator Joe Mathews remembers Jim Ho and Leondra Kruger as high school friends and co-editors of the school newspaper during their days at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Josh Barro and Ken White talk through the New York Times reporting on President Trump’s taxes and his “self-funded” 2016 campaign.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers