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Transgender California inmate seeking prison-funded sex reassignment surgery released

SACRAMENTO (KRON/AP) — A transgender inmate was released from prison on Wednesday and will be based in San Francisco under parole supervision, according to state corrections officials. 116 more words

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California Water Usage Drops In June, Exceeds Governor's Mandate

SACRAMENTO (CBSLA.com/AP) — Californians continued to conserve water in June as a record-breaking heat wave swept throughout much of the state, officials said Thursday.

Residents reducing water use by over 27 percent, exceeding Governor Jerry Brown’s 25 percent mandate in the first month that the new… 398 more words

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California's toxic triple-play: Arsenic, fluoride and vaccines now inundate the population that Gov. Brown is trying to eliminate

(NaturalNews) When Americans are traveling abroad, travel agents often advise them not to drink the local water because it could contain toxins, bacteria or other harmful elements due to less stringent purification standards. 663 more words

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Nazi Mayors De Blasio & Brown Meet In Rome For Secret Illuminati Meeting

Mayor Bill de Blasio is Italy-bound for the second summer in a row.

The mayor, who has traveled extensively across Europe and the United States during his 18 months in office, is set to fly to Rome next week to address an international gathering of mayors and environmental leaders at the… 544 more words

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Gov. Brown, Lawmakers Agree On $115.4 Billion California Budget

SACRAMENTO (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders announced a $115.4 billion California budget deal Tuesday that sends billions of dollars more to public schools and universities, boosts spending on social welfare programs that legislative leaders have made a priority and creates the state’s first tax credit for the working poor. 557 more words

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I DID NOT TAKE A SHOWER THIS MORNING: GOV BROWN IS DOING HIS PART

WT: “California Gov. Jerry Brown said he is doing his part by cutting back on showering and drinking water as the state continues to battle extreme drought. 103 more words

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