California Today Full Broadcast (Nov. 23)

A California appellate court upheld a ruling that school districts cannot set their own vaccine mandates. The parent organization that led the lawsuit says they will continue to advocate for personal belief exemptions and freedom of choice.

The buzz surrounding Paul Pelosi’s attack incident has died down, but the former lover of the man who allegedly attacked Pelosi is calling for more transparency in the case.

The Biden administration has approved funding to keep California’s last nuclear power plant alive. The federal government is allocating around $1 billion to the power plant.

As the state faces a looming budget deficit, public education will likely take a hit too. The next school year may see several billion dollars less than before.

Some California parents are expressing their ongoing frustration with public education. One parent talked about why she left the state to find better schooling for her child elsewhere.

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, so that means a lot of home cooking. For anyone wanting to give frying a turkey a shot, Cal Fire has issued some safety tips to make sure no emergencies precede a feast.

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