0404 assembly chamber PLawmakers have just over a month to get through nearly 700 bills. They’ll consider proposals to halt evictions during the pandemic, impose stricter stay at home orders, and end mandatory prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders.

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A widely-shared Facebook posts suggests the U.S. Supreme Court struck down voting by mail nationwide. That's just plain False, PolitiFact California found.

Story by Chris Nichols.

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