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Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Should California Buy Disaster Insurance?

February 16, 2019

Napa Democratic Sen. Bill Dodd, Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and Treasurer Fiona Ma say it’s time to look at purchasing disaster insurance for the state.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

CapRadio Reads

John Lescroart - The Rule Of Law

February 15, 2019

In John Lescroart’s novel “The Rule of Law,” a coyote who was smuggling immigrants into the U.S. is mysteriously murdered.

Felicia Alvarez / Sacramento Business Journal

Business

Business Journal: Cryotherapy In East Sacramento, Elks Tower Card Room Licensing, New Downtown Rooftop Bar

February 15, 2019 | Steve Milne

A cryotherapy clinic is coming to East Sacramento, state officials deny a card room license for Elks Tower and a rooftop bar and restaurant may soon be opening near Golden 1 Center. The Sacramento Business Journal's Scott Rodd has the details.

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Environment

The World’s Largest Rivers Often Float Above California. They Bring Rain, Flooding, And Blizzards.

February 14, 2019 | Ezra David Romero

The storms are what's known as an atmospheric river, sometimes called a Pineapple Express, and can drop inches of rain at low elevations and feet of snow in the Sierra.

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

First Amendment Group Sues State AG Over Withholding Police Records

February 14, 2019

A Bay Area-based First Amendment group is suing the California attorney general and Department of Justice, looking to force the release of law enforcement misconduct and shooting information unsealed by a new state law.

 Imran Chaudhry

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Author Reyna Grande Reflects On Immigrants Facing Impossible Choices, Just Like Her Parents Did

February 14, 2019

Author Reyna Grande joins us to share her latest book, a memoir called "A Dream Called Home."

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