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Ahead of State, Long Beach Vaccinates Younger People With Disabilities or Health Conditions
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Teen celebrating bat mitzvah collects 30,000 shoes to donate to Los Angeles homeless
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California’s embarrassment of tax riches
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50 retired nuns, including a 100-year-old sister, get coronavirus vaccines
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California Assembly Proposes Cal Grant Reform Bill to Expand Post-Secondary Education Accessibility
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Local Officials ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ About Decrease in COVID-19
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