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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) attends the fourth day of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on October 15, 2020 in Washington, D.C. News
As Feinstein Steps Down as Top Judiciary Democrat, Sunrise Movement Demands She Go One Step Further: 'Resign'
"Feinstein lost all credibility when she showed she was more willing to treat with contempt 11-year-old climate activists demanding a livable future in her office, than the Supreme Court nominee who refused to say whether she would uphold the laws that would give that future a fighting chance."
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<p>Standing at the edge of the Klamath River in rural Northern California, a man from the Yurok Tribe uses a dip net to catch fish, the way his ancestors have done for centuries past. (Photo: Justin Lewis/Getty Images)</p> News
'Incredibly Important Step' Toward Restorative Justice as Tribes, Dem Governors, and Klamath Dam Owner Announce Salmon Restoration Plan
"At its heart, dam removal is about healing and restoration for the river, for the salmon, and for our people," said the Yurok Tribe chair.
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Demanding 'Passionate Fighter for Human Rights,' Progressives Rally Around Ro Khanna for Harris' Senate Seat
" His voice in the Senate would be a major boost for our movement for justice," said the Justice Democrats.
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A #NoOn22 protest in Los Angeles on October 22, 2020. (Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images) News
Race to the Bottom Continues for Workers as Uber, Lyft Win Prop 22 Passage After Historic Money Dump
One advocacy group called the measure's passage "a huge win for companies whose whole business model is premised on decimating workers' rights."
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A political poster favoring U.S. presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) is placed on a front lawn September 11, 2020 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. (Photo: Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Imag News
'First I Was Scared... Then I Just Got Angry': Eerie Blue Dots Painted Outside Democrats' Homes in California
The police, said one resident who reported the markings, "wanted to make sure it wasn't a water line or a utilities thing. They said, 'No, this is definitely not.'"
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A rideshare driver holds up a sign supporting a 'No' vote on Prop 22 in Oakland, California on October 9, 2020. (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images) News
To Stop Corporate Power Grab, Gig Workers 'Want Everybody to Vote No' on Prop 22 in California
"No company should be able to buy its way out of treating workers fairly," said one progressive think tank about the state's ballot initiative that will have national implications.
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Aerial view of the Covid-19 emergency care facility erected at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County, California (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) News
Blasting 'Deliberate Indifference' to Inmate Health, California Court Orders San Quentin Prison to Reduce Population by Half
The ruling called the Covid-19 outbreak at the notorious lockup "the worst epidemiological disaster in California correctional history."
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Amid Trump's Politicization of FDA, California Joins New York in Vowing to Independently Review Coronavirus Vaccines
"L ike our approach to Covid-19, when it comes to a vaccine, California will be guided by science."
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An RC-26 spy plane in flight. (Photo: Christopher Ebdon/Flickr cc) News
National Guard Spy Plane Monitored Racial Justice Protest in Sleepy Sacramento Suburb Where Commander Lives: Report
Gov. Gavin Newsom's office has acknowledged that the surveillance "should not have happened."
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'Sadistic and Depraved': Trump Rejects California Request for Federal Disaster Aid to Recover From Catastrophic Wildfires
"That a sitting president—of any party—would deny their own citizens help during their time of greatest need, amid literal hellfire raining down on American cities, is beyond shameful."
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