Gov. Brown creates California Complete Count Committee | Lake County News

Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. on Friday announced the creation of the California Complete Count Committee, a statewide panel of community members that will guide California’s outreach for the 2020 federal census. Source: Lake County News,California | Award winning, independent local news – Gov. Brown creates California Complete Count Committee
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California lawmakers praise Napa wineries for going green |  napavalleyregister.com

SACRAMENTO – Three wineries and one farming company that went green in recent years went last week to the state Capitol, where lawmakers praised their examples of sustainability for the California Wine Industry. Source: California lawmakers praise Napa wineries for going green | Local News | napavalleyregister.com
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California senator introduces bill to relax housing restrictions | Lodinews.com

In an effort to combat a statewide housing shortage, Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, has introduced a bill that would give developers more leeway to build bigger apartments and condo complexes near transit stations. Source: California senator introduces bill to relax housing restrictions – Lodinews.com: News
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Feed the hungry and fight climate change by not tossing edible food | San Francisco Chronicle

Some 4.9 million Californians face food insecurity – our neighbors, a fellow PTA parent, the children running down your street. Yet, as Californians worry about where they will get their next meal, bags full of groceries end up in dumpsters. As our state’s population rises and the food waste problem is expected to grow, we […]
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California’s air regulator says state could back some emissions rule changes | Reuters

California’s top clean air regulator told Reuters on Monday the state is willing to give automakers more flexibility to comply with vehicle greenhouse-gas emissions rules even as her agency prepares to fight the Trump administration over car and truck pollution standards. Source: California’s air regulator says state could back some emissions rule changes
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