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Election workers sort through unprocessed vote-by-mail ballots at the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters office on Monday. Ben Adler/Capital Public Radio hide caption

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Hillary Clinton's Popular Vote Lead Is 1.7 Million And Growing. Here's Why

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California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a Medicaid expansion into law as part of the state's budget authorization in 2013. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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What Happens To Medicaid In California Under A Trump Administration?

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Michael Weinstein is president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and a longtime maverick in gay activist circles. April Dembosky/KQED hide caption

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From Maverick AIDS Activist To Porn Cop: The Man Behind Proposition 60

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This 1933 photo made available by the U.S. Geological Survey shows the ruins of St. Anthony's Church in Long Beach, Calif., after an earthquake struck on March 10, 1933. T.J. Maher/AP hide caption

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California rules would require site-specific assessments to identify violence risks for health care workers and plans to mitigate them. Dana Neely/Getty Images hide caption

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A box of 500 .22 cal. bullets are offered for sale at an Illinois gun store in 2012. California voters are voting on a measure that would require ammunition buyers to face the same background checks gun buyers in the state do. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Should Ammunition Buyers Face Background Checks? California's Voters Will Decide

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Mourners and activists hold a candlelight vigil during a rally in El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego, Calif., on Wednesday, in protest of the police shooting the day before. Bill Wechter/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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State Treasurer John Chiang (right) at a news conference in Sacramento, Calif., in May. On Wednesday, Chiang announced he is suspending major parts of the state's business relationship with Wells Fargo because of a scandal involving unauthorized customer accounts. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Backers of California's Proposition 56 hope to hit people hard enough in the wallet that they quit smoking. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Would California's Proposed Tobacco Tax Hike Reduce Smoking?

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Cassie Ray (seen with her husband, Gerry) got a surprise bill from an out-of-network anesthesiologist after an operation. Courtesy of Cassie Ray hide caption

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California Aims To Limit Surprise Medical Bills

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A mountain yellow-legged frog returns to the wild in the Desolation Wilderness, south of Lake Tahoe in California. Josh Cassidy/KQED hide caption

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In The Battle To Save Frogs, Scientists Fight Fungus With Fungus

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