California Today Full Broadcast (March 1)

California could be short on money more than originally anticipated. The budget deficit may see an additional $7 billion.

In one Bay Area county, the eviction moratorium is still in effect. Landlords protested to end it sooner, but the board of supervisors will let it expire as originally planned.

The California attorney general opened a civil rights investigation into the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, one of the largest law enforcement agencies in Southern California. But the county sheriff slammed the investigation as “a political stunt” based on activists’ false and misleading statements.

Lawmakers propose an amendment to the health care system, including expanding the definition of “gravely disabled.” They want earlier care for those with severe mental health.

Most California prisoners are required to work while serving their sentence. A new law could change that.

Southern California got to see cultural horse dancing. It’s a half-millennium-old Spanish tradition.

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