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Same-Sex Marriages Resume In California

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Reactions To Gay-Marriage Rulings Run The Gamut

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California Citizens Redistricting Commission members sign resolutions certifying the final vote for new legislative and congressional maps at the Capitol in Sacramento in 2011. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Political Battles Still Dog Redistricting In California

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Same-Sex Couples Upset Over Removal Of Immigration Amendment

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Hi-Tech Catamarans Criticized After Sailor Dies

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Gov. Jerry Brown in January calls for federal judges to return control of California prisons to the state. This month, a federal appeals court denied Brown's request and ordered the state to reduce its prison population immediately. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Longtime Sports Broadcaster Pat Summerall Dies At 82

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Stockon, California's Request For Bankruptcy Approved By Judge

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In Bankruptcy, Stockton Must Decide Pension Issue

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Stockton Unified School District Police Officer Myra Franco and Chief Jim West patrol 50 schools in California's Central Valley region. One of the campuses was the site of a 1989 shooting massacre. Richard Gonzales/NPR hide caption

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