California Today Full Broadcast (May 10)

Gov. Gavin Newsom declined to endorse the cash payments for reparations which could amount to billions. He said that dealing with the legacy of slavery “is about much more than cash payments.”

Instead, the governor just granted $8 million to step up the security at abortion and reproductive health facilities in the state. Opponents believe the money could have been better spent, citing the state’s budget deficit.

California will pay $24 million to the family of a man who died in police custody three years ago after screaming “I can’t breathe.” His death happened two months before George Floyd’s death.

Migrants continue to flock to the U.S.-Mexico border ahead of the end of Title 42, hoping to beat Thursday’s deadline and tougher immigration enforcement. Changes could bar re-entry or a chance to apply for asylum for five years.

With the amount of rainfall this year, experts say that the Spring allergy season is among the worst ever in California. NTD spoke with a family nurse practitioner to learn about some natural remedies you can apply to reduce your sniffles.

One California location is named among the “most beautiful” places in the world. We will find out where it is.

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