California Today Full Broadcast (Nov. 28)

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By NTD Newsroom
November 28, 2022California Today

For weeks, speculation had been floating around on whether California Gov. Newsom will go for a 2024 presidential run. Now that he has won another four years as governor, he took a moment to address the rumors.

Another pilot program for universal basic income has come to the state. Certain people will receive up to just over $1,000.

Holiday shopping is gearing up, and Highway Patrol officers are increasing their presence in shopping centers.

A new museum is open, showcasing all sorts of previously secret prototype cars from Tesla. That includes the model that started it all.

The state is now allowing people to cut their own Christmas trees for free in a certain forest toward the Sierras. But potential tree cutters need to act fast, as there are a limited number of permits.

Despite supply chain issues finally resolving somewhat, one key holiday ingredient has not caught up to demand: Santas. A holiday elf talks about the current situation.

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