California Today Full Broadcast (March 30)

As one of the 10 major COVID-19-related bills was pulled back ahead of voting, two nurses reflected on what happened in their hospital in the face of mandates. They say that even religious exemption was hard to come by at times.

The state’s reparation task force decided Tuesday night to only allow descendants of American slaves to receive payments. Individuals will now need to show verifiable proof of their lineage.

Several California cities are setting up speed-tracking cameras on their surface streets. Advocates are promoting safety, while opponents warn against protecting personal privacy.

The attorney general announced a program to track firearm owners who fall into a prohibited status. At the same time, San Jose saw two shootings near its university over the weekend.

Los Angeles is extending its Project Roomkey program, providing free housing to homeless individuals with hotels. A report criticized the project for not filling available rooms to capacity.

California’s iconic Hearst Castle is reopening to the public in just over a month. Parks services said there have been long-term repairs made during the two-year downtime.

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