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What Trump's pick for the Interior Department means for California

Robb Hirsch/AP
| Think of some of the top issues here in the West: water, public parks, energy, ocean resources. A lot of those fall – at least in large part – under the Department of the Interior. And Donald Trump's pick to head the agency will have a lot of influence.

5 million Californians could be affected by Obamacare repeal

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State data show that over 5 million Californians could lose their health coverage if the Trump administration scraps the main pillars of the federal law.

Facing possible ACA repeal, clinics plan for uncertain future

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The incoming Trump administration wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act and change how the federal government pays for Medicaid. That has community clinics worried.

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Trump's labor pick is no fan of California's overtime, rest break rules

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Trump tapped Andrew Puzder, who runs the parent company for Carl's Jr. Despite the burger chain's long history in California, Puzder said they would grow elsewhere.

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Santa Ana declares itself 'sanctuary city,' but what does that mean?

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A complicating factor in the potential showdown between Trump's administration and so-called sanctuary cities: There's no legal definition of what a sanctuary city is.

Foreign workers worry about restricted visas under Trump

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The H-1B visa program allows tens of thousands of foreigners to work in the U.S. annually, most from Asia. President-elect Donald Trump says it hurts U.S. workers.

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Urgent appeal: California Dems to invoke new anti-Trump weapon

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As they suit up for battle against the Trump administration, Democrats who dominate California’s Legislature vow to unleash one of the superpowers of holding a supermajority: the ability to enact laws immediately.

6 ways Trump's win could change California's economy

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Like just about everyone else, economists at the UCLA Anderson Forecast were assuming Hillary Clinton would win. Now they have to recalibrate.

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