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Senate Dems want to target relief to low- and middle-income Californians while Newsom wants to send car owners a credit card. (Reeps say cut gas tax.)(May 20, 2022) → Read the full CapRadio report
One person was killed and four others were critically wounded at Geneva Presbyterian Church in the city of Laguna Woods. When deputies arrived, parishioners had the gunman hog-tied and in custody.(May 16, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report
The Johnson Ranch Sports Club is set to open the largest pickleball facility in Northern California, a 24-court complex that will be established by converting existing tennis courts.(May 15, 2022) → Read the full Auburn Journal report
Following last month's fatal shooting, the Sentinel interviewed Police Lt. Chad Morris for a look at how local law enforcement works with other agencies.(May 15, 2022) → Read the full Citrus Heights Sentinel report
Assemblymember Jim Cooper highlights his endorsement from Planned Parenthood in his recent mailer. With only two candidates on the ballot, the winner in the sheriff's race will be determined during the June 7 primary election.(May 15, 2022) → Read the full ElkGroveNews.Net report
A recap of who is running in the races that directly pertain to Elk Grove voters. Election Day is June 7, but most voters have received their ballots, and in-person voting is available at vote centers throughout Sacramento County.(May 13, 2022) → Read the full Citrus Heights Sentinel report
Folsom resident Tom Scott, director of policy for the California Community Action Partnership, says this law is being abused by trial lawyers and that’s hurting the California economy.(May 12, 2022) → Read the full Auburn Journal report
Elk Grove Tribune Editor-In-Chief Dr. Jacqueline “Jax” Cheung hosted an event at Chason’s Crab Stadium in support of the Cosumnes CSD board president, and Dr. Winnie Hung hosted another at A Seat At The Table Books.(May 12, 2022) → Read the full Elk Grove Tribune report
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