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EPA Declines To Ban Pesticide Found To Do Harm To Children's BrainsEPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said that by not banning chlorpyrifos he gave "regulatory certainty" to thousands of farms relying on the pesticide.
California Sues Forever 21 Over Alleged Discriminatory 'English-Only' PolicyForever 21 violated state civil rights laws and discriminated against Spanish-speaking employees when it adopted an English-only policy at its flagship San Francisco store, according to a lawsuit filed by the State of California.
Santa Clara County Registrar To Be Audited Over Election ErrorsA state Assembly committee has approved an audit of the Santa Clara County Registrar's Office over the number of election errors coming from the office.
Amazon To Begin Collecting Sales Tax Throughout U.S.Starting in April, the rest of the nation is about to join California in paying sales tax on purchases made through Amazon.
North Carolina Rolls Back 'Bathroom Bill'North Carolina rolled back its "bathroom bill" Thursday in a bid to end the yearlong backlash over transgender rights that has cost the state dearly in business projects, conventions and basketball tournaments.
Raiders Move Blasted By New York City MayorMayor Libby Schaaf and Oakland Raiders fans angered by the team's recently approved move to Las Vegas are getting a show of support from the East Coast.
California Bill Would Increase Penalties For Disrupting Sporting EventsState Sen. Scott Wiener announced a bill Thursday that would build upon existing laws to increase penalties for professional sporting event attendees who trespass onto the field or court, or violate the safety of players or coaches.
Moving Out: Survey Finds Many Consider Leaving Bay Area Over PricesIf you have ever thought of leaving the Bay Area because of sky-high prices, you are not alone, according to a new survey from the Bay Area Council.
Berkeley Joins Other Bay Area Cities Calling For Trump's ImpeachmentOn Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council passed a five-page resolution calling for the president to be impeached.
Federal Judge In Hawaii Extends Order Blocking Trump's Travel BanHawaii's attorney general says a federal judge's decision to extend an order blocking President Donald Trump's travel ban affirms values of religious freedom.
Planned Ann Coulter Visit To UC Berkeley Has Organizers Fearing Another BacklashThe planned visit by firebrand conservative commentator Ann Coulter to the University of California, Berkeley has officials and organizers worrying about a repeat of the rioting which greeted Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous.
White House Proposes Immediate Cuts To Pell Grants, HIV Research, Food AssistanceThe White House is proposing an immediate $18 billion in cuts to programs that aim to promote education, scientific research, and diplomacy.

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