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Cal State Faculty Union Plans April Strike. California Coastal Commission Weighs Ouster of Director. GOP Assemblyman Rocky Chavez Drops His Senate Bid. End Music.

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State to Release Names of Presidential Candidates on June Ballot. Big Think: Black Lives Matter Co-Founder?s Plan to Reduce Law Enforcement Violence. End Music.

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On the next California Report magazine, an unauthorized diary of Silicon Valley, by folks struggling to survive there. Also, a new symphony exploring the intersection between music and football.

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Demographics Changing in Watts, But Challenges Familiar. Golden State Warriors Visit President Obama at the White House. End Music.

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Lawmakers Propose Stripping Power From CPUC. Communities Divided on Crude-by-Rail Proposals. Huge Police Presence Herds S.F. Homeless Protest Around Super Bowl City. End Music.

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Water Savings Down as Drought Rules Extended. The Price of Almonds May Have Hit a Slippery Slope. Bill Would Exempt Tampons and Pads From Sales Tax in California. End Music.

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Consumer Group Pushes PUC to Make Porter Ranch Investigation Public. Lacking Legal Help, Asylum-Seeking Migrants Often Deported. End Music.

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Officials Warn of Human Trafficking During Super Bowl Hoopla. End Music.

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James Williamson became a punk rock legend as part of the 1970s band The Stooges. He wrote the songs and played guitar on the iconic album Raw Power, which changed the course of music. But, a few years into it, he just walked away. He put down the guitar for more than three decades. What did he end up doing? Not what youd expect.

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California Preserves Solar Incentives In Defeat for Utilities. Why Don't More Californians Vote?. End Music.

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