KQED's The California Report

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The California Report

Newsom to Meet with Small Growers Concerned Over Marijuana Legalization. PriceCheck: How Much Does A Colonoscopy Cost?. End Music.

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Supreme Court Will Not Review Alameda County's Drug Disposal Law. Oakland Startup Tries to Change the Value of Water. End Music.

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Private California Universities Face Shrinking Cal Grants. Imperial County Divided Over Region's First Planned Parenthood Clinic. End Music.

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The California Report Magazine

For the second part of our special series "Books and Bullets," we focus on those schools in Oakland where many students, if not most, have witnessed shootings and death. In some schools, three out of four students say they have lost a loved one. That can lead to depression, anxiety and PTSD, all of which make classwork tough. And teachers and counselors have the heartbreaking job of trying to heal these hidden wounds, while still providing an education.

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UC Regents Give Brown/Napolitano Plan a Stamp of Approval. Western Dental to Stop Accepting New Patients on Denti-Cal. Struggling with English, from Kindergarten to High School Graduation. End Music.

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Santa Barbara Spill Recalls Troubled History with Oil Industry. Covered California Considers Capping Patient's Drug Costs. End Music.

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LA Votes to Increase Minimum Wage. New State Crime Report Shows Little Increase From Realignment. Private Interest Groups Wield Influence Over Legislature With Un-Backed Bills. "Cream On Chrome" by Ratatat from the album "Magnifique" (XL Recordings).

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Drought Poll Shows Interest But An Inability to Act. For Deportees, A Harsh Reality of Life South of the Border. "I Am Not A Farmer" by Bill Frisell from the album "Disfarmer" (Nonesuch Records).

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California Democrats Are Vying for the Seat of Senator Barbara Boxer. Low Snowpack Will Mean Less Whitewater Rafting This Summer. "We Will Become Silhouettes" by The Postal Service, from the We Will Become Silhouettes EP (Subpop Records).

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From downtown Los Angeles to Catalina Island, the Tongva people were once the dominant culture. Now, Tongvan descendants have dwindled to a couple thousand — and the tribe is still seeking federal recognition. In a region that's been their home for millennia, some Tongvans struggle to find their place. For our series "Between Homelands," students from USC Annenberg's School for Communication and Journalism bring us stories of people in California who have come from afar, or who were born in the U.S. but feel like cultural foreigners. Stephanie Case tells us how one Tongvan woman found her sense of home.

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