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Courtesy of Sacramento Pride

After Banning Police In Uniform, Officers Now Welcome At Sacramento LGBTQ Pride

June 6, 2019 | Randol White

The organization behind the event had requested officers march in their civilian clothes, which sparked a week of controversy, before coming to an agreement with law enforcement.

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Uncovered California

Undocumented Seniors Have Tenuous Chance At Needed Health Care As Coverage Debate Reaches A Head

June 6, 2019 | Sammy Caiola

Three proposals addressing Medi-Cal expansion to undocumented immigrants are up for debate this week. The latest includes seniors, which are a small but high-need slice of the state’s undocumented population.

Nick Miler / Capital Public Radio

PolitiFact California

An Honest Question: Where Does Truthfulness Rank As Democrats Select A 2020 Candidate?

June 6, 2019

How much does honesty really matter for Democrats looking for a 2020 presidential candidate? PolitiFact California spoke with polling experts and delegates at the California Democratic Party Convention to find out.

Jeff Chiu / AP Photo

State Government

Even In Deep Blue California, New PPIC Poll Suggests Only Democrats Back Impeachment

June 6, 2019 | Ben Adler

A new poll shows likely voters oppose even starting impeachment proceedings, 54 percent to 42 percent. Meanwhile, there's a generational split among Democrats as to whether electability or policy matters more in picking a presidential nominee.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Capitol Chat: It’s Budget Season In The State Capitol

June 6, 2019

It’s budget crunch time in the State Capitol. That’s because the state budget has to finalized no later than midnight on June 15. We’ll have Capitol Bureau chief Ben Adler to tell us where things stand.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Serving the Mental Health Needs of Hospitality Workers

June 6, 2019

After a string of sudden deaths among Sacramento’s hospitality professionals, restaurateur Patrick Mulvaney led an effort to address mental health in the industry. He joins us with others working toward solutions and destigmatizing the issue.

Randol White / Capital Public Radio

Food and Sustainability

The Impossible Burger Is Nearly Impossible To Find, So Sacramento Restaurants Are Making Their Own Vegan Patty

June 5, 2019 | Randol White

A spokesperson with Impossible Foods says supply problems are hitting everyone.

Julia Mitric / Capital Public Radio

Food and Sustainability

Sacramento’s First Edible Art Garden Could Soon Pop-Up In Oak Park — And Grow Into A Food Forest

June 5, 2019 | Julia Mitric

There are over 6,000 vacant lots in the city. Oak Park neighbors and community groups are slowly transforming one into an ‘edible art garden.’

Jeff Chiu / AP Photo

Insight With Beth Ruyak

State Party Delegates Evaluate the Importance of Truth and Honesty in a Candidate

June 5, 2019

Do you remember “truthiness”? How do you know who’s telling the truth? Or when? Do truthfulness and honesty matter as Democrats choose a 2020 presidential candidate to take on President Donald Trump? The PolitiFact Team shares what it has learned.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

State Lawmakers Debate Medi-Cal Coverage For Undocumented Californians

June 5, 2019

CapRadio healthcare reporter Sammy Caiola is tracking proposals to provide Medi-Cal coverage to undocumented Californians. She updates Insight on the latest moves by state lawmakers.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Great Question!

What Happened To The Property Of Sacramento's Japanese American Community Interned During World War II?

June 4, 2019 | Emily Zentner

More than 7,000 Japanese Americans from the Sacramento area were interned during World War II. A CapRadio listener wanted to know what became of their homes and farms.

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