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Ford Motor Co., BMW, Honda and Volkswagen received letters from the Justice Department about a deal they entered with California earlier this year for reducing vehicle emissions. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Dozens Missing From Diving Boat That Caught Fire Off California

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Burning Dive Boat Off California Spurs Ongoing Rescue Effort

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California says revenue from marijuana sales has risen — but analysts say the illegal market is still thriving. Here, an employee puts down an eighth of marijuana after letting a customer smell it at the Magnolia cannabis lounge in Oakland. Elijah Nouvelage/Reuters hide caption

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California's new lethal force bill "changes the culture of policing," Assemblywoman Shirley Weber said Monday. She's seen here in April, alongside Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, the bill's co-author. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Calif. Gov. Newsom Expected To Sign Bill Limiting Police Use Of Deadly Force

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Man's Recycling Mistake Nearly Gave New Meaning To 'Going Green'

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Drug agents last fall worked with a Minneapolis police SWAT team to seize just under 171 pounds of methamphetamine. Many U.S. states say they face an escalating problem with meth and drugs other than opioids. Cannon River Drug and Violent Task Force/AP hide caption

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Federal Grants Restricted To Fighting Opioids Miss The Mark, States Say

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom, pictured in January, must sign off on the latest state budget by June 15. The new $213 billion plan includes an expansion of the state's Medicaid program for low-income adults under the age of 26, regardless of immigration status. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Morning traffic fills a freeway in Los Angeles. Seventeen automakers signed a letter to the Trump administration and California Gov. Gavin Newsom saying they want one set of policies to reduce greenhouse gases and make cars more fuel efficient. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Carmakers To White House: Work With California On Rules For Greenhouse Gases

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Need A Child Care Subsidy? This Mom Would Tell You Not To Hold Your Breath

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Heather Burns at Martin Elementary School in South San Francisco, where she now teaches third grade. Burns was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016 and had to pay for her own substitute while on sick leave. Stephanie Lister/KQED hide caption

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California Teachers Pay For Their Own Substitutes During Extended Sick Leave

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One of the elevated sections of the high-speed rail under construction in Fresno, Calif., seen in 2017. The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it will pull federal funding from the multibillion-dollar project. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Louise and Daivd Turpin, who pleaded guilty to 14 felony counts for the abuse of 12 their 13 children, listened on Friday as two of their adult children testified in court. Will Lester/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A guard escorts a detained immigrant from his "segregation cell" back into the general population at the Adelanto Detention Facility in November 2013. Today the privately run ICE facility in Adelanto, Calif., houses nearly 2,000 men and women and has come under sharp criticism by the California attorney general and other investigators for health and safety problems. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Watchdogs Cite Lax Medical And Mental Health Treatment Of ICE Detainees

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After starting a brewery in Seoul, Booth Brewery co-founders Heeyoon Kim (left) and Sunghoo Yang moved their operations to California to make Korean beer and ship it back. Courtesy of The Booth Brewing Co. hide caption

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People pose for a picture among wildflowers in bloom Monday in Lake Elsinore, Calif. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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'Poppy Apocalypse': A California City Swarmed By Selfie Stick-Toting Tourists

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