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Health Care

February 19, 2018

Rich Ibarra

Study Finds U.S. Rural Areas Have Higher Infant Mortality Rates Than Urban Areas

A new study by the National Center for Health Statistics finds babies born to mothers in rural areas are at greater risk of infant mortality than those in urban settings in the U.S.

February 16, 2018

LA-Area Immigration Enforcement Draws Protest

(AP) - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says its agents arrested 212 people in a five-day operation around the Los Angeles region. The raids triggered a protest late Thursday in downtown Los Angeles.

Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

State Government

February 16, 2018

Ben Adler

With Investigation Complete, Mendoza's Fate Now In Senate Colleagues' Hands

The California Senate has formally received the sexual harassment investigation into Los Angeles County Democrat Tony Mendoza conducted by outside lawyers – and his fate now lies with his colleagues.

Healthforce Center at the University of California, San Francisco / Courtesy

Health Care

February 16, 2018

Sammy Caiola

California’s Mental Health Physician Shortage Is Bad, And Getting Worse, Study Finds

A new study from UC San Francisco shows that, if current trends continue, there will be 41 percent fewer psychiatrists than needed in California by 2028.

Chitose Suzuki / AP Photo

Paint Companies' Ballot Initiative Would Hand Lead Paint Removal Costs To The State

The courts have ordered three paint companies to pay $600 million to help remove lead paint from homes in 10 California cities and counties, but the case isn’t exactly closed.

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