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Business

February 21, 2020

Steve Milne

Business Journal: Restaurant Closures; Plaza At Blue Oaks; More Natomas Office Space

Square pizzas were not a hit in East Sacramento. The Neighborhood Pizzeria, which offered four-sided pies, has closed its doors. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has the story, and she explains why Benihana is closing in Citrus Heights.

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February 20, 2020

These Young Nevada Latino Voters Plan To Caucus And Challenge Misrepresentations

As Nevadans get ready to caucus this weekend, the nation should be paying attention. That’s because unlike Iowa and New Hampshire, where the first caucus and primary were held, respectively, Nevada’s population more closely mirrors the U.S.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 20, 2020

Capitol Chat: The State Of The State

Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his second State of the State address. The surprise was the speech was almost exclusively on one topic: homelessness and solutions to it.

Alan Sheckter

Insight With Beth Ruyak

February 20, 2020

The Arts And AB 5

AB 5 became law on January 1, 2020. The legislation’s intent is to properly classify workers as employees or independent contractors. Its implementation has led to relief in some sectors, confusion in others and concern in the arts community.

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6 Things To Watch In The Nevada Caucuses

February 22, 2020

Sen. Bernie Sanders is the favorite, but does Elizabeth Warren peel away some progressives after a fiery debate performance? Former Vice President Biden has a lot on the line — and a lot to prove.

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Flashy, Splashy 'Hunters' Is More Fun Than It Should Be

February 21, 2020

Al Pacino is the marquee attraction in Hunters, Amazon's new show about Nazi hunters in the 1970s — but the story is splashy and electric enough that he's not the most interesting thing in it.