California Voter Guide | UC Davis Study of Pregnant Women and Exposure to Chemicals | Sacramento Bacon Fest
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Sacramento County elections workers remove ballots from envelopes Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.
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California Voter Foundation’s online voter guide and changes for the Midterm election. UC Davis Health's pregnancy study looks at the effects of chemicals from plastics and pesticides on fetal development. Sacramento Bacon Fest this week.
- Kim Alexander, president of the California Voter Foundation, discusses the non-profit’s online voter guide and major changes for the Midterm primary and general election.
- Rebecca J. Schmidt, an epidemiologist and professor, and Deborah Bennett, a professor of environmental health within UC Davis School of Medicine Department of Public Health Sciences, discuss a pregnancy study they co-authored which found an increase in exposure to chemicals from plastics and pesticides that may be harmful to fetal development.
- Chef and owners Brad Cecchi at Canon East Sacramento and Franquette in West Sacramento, chef and owner Patricio Wise at Nixtaco Mexican Kitchen in Roseville, as well as butcher and owner Eric Veldman Miller of V. Miller Meats in Sacramento, preview the weeklong Sacramento Bacon Fest culminating on Saturday, May 22.