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Protecting fish will ultimately restore our rivers, improving water quality for us all | LA Times 

Locals who like to fish off the coast might be surprised to learn that Southern California steelhead were once prized catches along the coast. With dwindling population numbers, these fish are now federally endangered. Source: Protecting fish will ultimately restore our rivers, improving water quality for us all

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Newest member of the California Assembly arrives ready to work on criminal justice issues | LA Times

Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) took the oath of office on Monday, filling one of three vacant seats representing Los Angeles County in the lower house. Source: Newest member of the California Assembly arrives ready to work on criminal justice issues

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Motion Picture Tax Credits Clear Committee Amid Concern | Los Angeles Business Journal

A bill to extend California’s motion picture tax credit program sailed through a state Assembly committee April 17, concerns were raised that Hollywood isn’t using their taxpayer money to promote filmmaking among racial minorities. Source: Motion Picture Tax Credits Clear Committee Amid Concern | Los Angeles Business Journal

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The state’s most controversial housing bill in years just died. Here’s what to take away from that. | CALmatters

The most controversial state housing bill in recent memory died with a pretty resounding thud—with YIMBYs seeing the defeat as yet another roadblock to building the new housing the state so desperately needs. Source: The state’s most controversial housing bill in years just died. Here’s what to take away from that. | CALmatters

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City Visions: Does water scarcity threaten California’s agricultural industry? | KALW

In the next installment of our ongoing series on sustainable food production, host Ethan Elkind focuses on water. What does uncertainty around water supplies mean for California farmers? Source: City Visions: Does water scarcity threaten California’s agricultural industry? | KALW

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Bay Area legislator moves to protect immigrants, others in court cases | San Francisco Chronicle

A Bay Area lawmaker is proposing to allow Californians to file court cases anonymously if they can show that use of their names might expose them to some type of harm. Source: Bay Area legislator moves to protect immigrants, others in court cases – San Francisco Chronicle

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