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CA Drought Declaration, Vaccinating Latino Teens, Billions of Dollars for Schools




Governor Newsom Declares Drought in California
Governor Newsom Declares Drought in California
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Explainer: California's Drought Declaration

It's getting dry out there. Governor Newsom declared a drought emergency in 41 counties earlier this week...and the U-S Drought Monitor has much of the state in the red and that means EXTREME drought. But since we've been here before not that long ago, the question we have is - is it drought ...or just normal? 

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CA Attorney General Has Been Busy

California has had a new Attorney General for just a few weeks but Rob Bonta has been a busy guy. From hate crimes to law enforcement to the effects of social media on youth, his office had made number of announcements. Take Two talks with Marisa Lagos, political correspondent for KQED and co-host of the Political Breakdown podcast.

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Vaccinating Latino Teens

Young Latino and Black Angelenos are lagging way behind in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. At a high school in one of the least vaccinated areas of LA, KPCC health reporter Jackie Fortier spoke with a principal and high school seniors about getting the vaccine. 

Multibillion Dollar Education Budget Unveiled

On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Newsom unveiled his multibillion dollar education budget. This budget includes universal transitional kindergarten, college savings plans for low-income students and money for school re-openings in the fall. 

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On the Lot: Golden Globes Controversy and Ellen's Show Ends 

John Horn joins Take Two to discuss the latest entertainment news - from NBC not airing the Golden Globes to the end of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". 

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