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Sammy Caiola / Capital Public Radio

March 19, 2019

Nick Miller

Sacramento Council Rejects Tobacco Industry Plan, Will Vote On Flavored Tobacco Ban Next Week

During a committee meeting on Tuesday — which one City Council member described as “highly unusual” — dozens of Sacramento area business owners spoke out against the city’s plan to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.

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March 19, 2019

Rich Ibarra

San Joaquin Delta College Opens Food Pantry To Help Students Fulfill Basic Needs

The pantry is being funded by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, which has distributed $2.5 million to its 60 campuses to host food pantries or distribution programs.

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Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Reporters Describe March For Remembrance On Stephon Clark Anniversary

CapRadio's Ezra David Romero and the Sacramento News & Review's Raheem Hosseini join us to talk about the march last night to honor the one year anniversary of Stephon Clark's death.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

March 18, 2019

Randol White

Sacramento Police Department Changes Protocol Following Arrests Of Journalists At Stephon Clark Protest

The police department says it’s changing how it handles members of the press during demonstrations. Police arrested 84 people including two reporters during a protest in East Sacramento two weeks ago

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

March 18, 2019

Ezra David Romero

Demonstrators March Through Meadowview To Mark Year Since Death Of Stephon Clark

Hundreds of demonstrators marched through south Sacramento's Meadowview neighborhood Monday night to remember Stephon Clark on the one-year anniversary of his death.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

March 18, 2019

Sammy Caiola

Family, Neighborhood Residents Remember Stephon Clark As Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For Police Investigation Reforms

Neighborhood residents and Clark’s loved ones gathered to celebrate the 22-year-old’s life and legacy. Rev. Sharpton proposed a California law to require grand juries hear sworn testimony from police officers who use deadly force.

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