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July 25, 2017

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Sacramento Police Department Proposes Several Changes to City's Panhandling, Nuisance Ordinances

New laws would prohibit people from begging people on the street for money at gas stations or ATMs, or from motorists from the median of roadways or within 200 feet of intersections. Critics call the proposal unconstitutional.

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July 25, 2017

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Wind Youth Services Expanding With Help From Golden 1

A program in Oak Park to keep young homeless people off the streets is getting a financial boost. Golden 1 Credit Union is contributing $1 million to Wind Youth Services. The money will help pay for a new counseling center in downtown Sacramento.

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News Network: Cap Radio Health Reporter Sammy Caiola

Capital Public Radio's new health reporter Sammy Caiola makes her debut on Insight to talk about new research from UC Davis on how breast milk plays an essential role in balancing bacteria in a newborn's gut microbiome.

Friend Of Cesar Chavez Shares Exhibit On Farm Workers At California State Fair

Marc Grossman is the former press secretary for Cesar Chavez and current spokesman for the Cesar Chavez Foundation and the UFW. He shares stories featured in the farm worker exhibit at the California State Fair this month.

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Teachers With Student Debt: These Are Their Stories

July 26, 2017

If you're a teacher, you have one of the lowest-paid professional jobs in the U.S. Most require a four-year degree, which can require tens of thousands of dollars in loans that some struggle to repay.