California Today Full Broadcast (Oct. 24)

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By NTD Newsroom
October 24, 2022California Todayshare

Over the weekend, California’s governor and a Republican challenger sat down to a televised debate. 

One of the many new laws that the governor signed will check law enforcement applicants for alleged bias or hate group activities. Opponents say the law unfairly targets certain groups.

The lead attorney defending a cake decorator over same-sex wedding cake talks to NTD about the trial after a judge ruled in favor of the decorator.

A woman has been accused of using infamous California killers’ names in an unemployment fraud scheme.

A new project is cleaning plastic out of waterways before it gets to the oceans. It’s solar-powered and already in action in Los Angeles.

While being an astronaut may be a dream to some, it’s hard to achieve for many. But people can still get the zero-G experience in a plane, and that’s exactly what NTD went out and did.

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