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Anne Wernikoff / CalMatters

September 26, 2020

California For All? Few Public Schools Pursuing Elementary Waivers

Almost every waiver application for in-person instruction for grades K-6 has been approved by the state for schools in counties deemed a high risk. But private schools comprise an overwhelming majority of those schools, creating an equity problem.

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Business

September 25, 2020

Sarah Mizes-Tan

Sacramento’s Latino-Owned Businesses Not Receiving Pandemic Resources Now Fearing Permanent Closure

Hispanic-owned businesses have been underrepresented in business loans given out by the city, now many are at risk of closing for good.

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Business

September 25, 2020

Business Journal: Rancho Cordova City Leaders Look Into Building New Hospital

The Sacramento Business Journal’s Digital Editor, Sonya Sorich, joins CapRadio’s Mike Hagerty to discuss the new hospital being proposed for an underserved Sacramento suburb.

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NASA Astronaut Will Vote From Space

September 26, 2020

Astronauts have been able to cast ballots from above since the Texas legislature gave its blessing in 1997. "It's critical to participate in our democracy," NASA astronaut Kate Rubins said.

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A Supreme Fight For America Begins Now

September 26, 2020

President Trump's move to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court has triggered a fight for the direction of the country with just weeks to go until Election Day.

NPRCode Switch

The Surreally Diverse World Of 'Catherine House'

September 26, 2020

This week, Code Switch is talking about our favorite pandemic reads. Today's conversation is with author Elisabeth Thomas, about her fictional cult-like college, set deep in the woods of Pennsylvania.