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California Update for Friday, November 10, 2017

• An attorney for a California legislative staffer says state Senator Tony Mendoza fired her client and two other staffers for reporting his inappropriate behavior towards a young woman in the Senate Fellows Program.

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• California health workers are pushing forward with efforts to slow the opioid epidemic, even without a commitment of federal funds. President Trump declared a public health emergency over opioids last month.

Friday, November 10, 2017

Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Sammy Caiola.

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Pioneering Winery in Mendocino Faces Life After the Fires

Four generations of the Frey family live and work at their winery in Redwood Valley.
Nov 21

Thankful to Escape the Flames with Family, but Stressed at the Holidays

Today the Espinoza family plans to sit down to Thanksgiving dinner in the one bedroom apartment they’ve been sharing since the North Bay fires.
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Plenty of Holiday Programs For Thanksgiving Day!

Join KRCB FM Radio 91 for special programming on Thanksgiving Day! 6:00 AM - NPR's Morning Edition 9:00 AM - "Let's Eat!" from Hearing Voices - An audio Thanksgiving feast.
Nov 21

Lawmakers Push Back on 'Outrageous' and 'Unacceptable' Fire Funding

Is the Trump administration playing politics with disaster relief? That’s the implication of a statement released on Friday by Representatives Jared Huffman and Mike Thompson.
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California Update for Wednesday, November 22, 2017

• The timber industry and marijuana farms break up forests into very different shapes and sizes.