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Some California Stereotypes Hold Up

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Some California Stereotypes Hold Up

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Some California Stereotypes Hold Up

Some California Stereotypes Hold Up

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A new study finds that some of the stereotypes about California natives might be correct. You'd be surprised how many Californians have actually hugged a tree. Madeleine Brand talks to Dennis Tootelian, professor of marketing at California State University.

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