090519uberlyft pUber is testing a new feature that allows some California drivers to set their own fares. It’s a reaction to a new state law that threatens to drastically change the company’s business model.

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salinasfarmwideCalifornia leads the nation with organic farming. But when you look at trends, the numbers show fewer acres in the state are in the process of becoming organic.

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Teacher Aide Jennifer TonderA new LAO report on school budgets finds support staff for teachers has sharply increased, and the need is expected to persist in the coming years.

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