0815a Racism Sign PNewsom says white supremacy is key priority following shootings. White nationalism has been tied to recent shootings across the country, including in California.

Story by Scott Rodd.

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trump2ab nprPresident Trump is again voicing support what he calls “extreme risk restraining orders” after this weekend’s shootings in Texas and Ohio. California is one of the states that has such a law — and there’s a debate over whether to expand it.

Story by Ben Adler.

(Photo: President Trump condemned bigotry following the shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, in remarks at the White House on Monday - Evan Vucci / AP / via NPR)

 

 

 

trump1ac cprnCalifornia voters filed a lawsuit Monday to block a requirement that President Trump and other White House hopefuls release tax returns to appear on next year’s ballot.

Story by Nick Miller.

(Photo: Jae C. Hong / AP / via Cap Radio)

 

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