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Biden acts to expand COVID-19 vaccine distribution
President Biden announces additional steps to boost the federal government's role in addressing the troubled rollout of vaccines in the United States.
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EDD's lack of planning deprived jobless Californians of needed benefits amid pandemic, audit finds
The state auditor's report was ordered by lawmakers who criticized the EDD for a large backlog of claims and the failure to prevent widespread fraud.
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Trump's 2nd impeachment trial: Lots of fascinating questions but few answers
Here's an impeachment Q&A, but we don't have all the A's.
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Senate may be asked to vote today on legality of Trump impeachment trial
The Senate impeachment trial is expected to begin with an immediate vote on its constitutionality.
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Biden promotes racial equity for Asian Americans in wake of Trump's anti-China talk
President Biden's latest executive order seeks to better track hate crimes against Asian Americans, which rose after Trump's talk of 'the China virus.'
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Column: Medicare says a procedure is worth $5,869. This hospital imposed a 1,200% markup
A San Diego hospital's sky-high bill for outpatient treatment undercuts conservatives' argument that "socialized medicine" is bad for the country.
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California officials say unemployment fraud now totals more than $11 billion
In addition to the confirmed fraud, the state has stopped tens of billions of dollars in payments on bogus claims through tougher security measures, officials said.
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California would extend eviction protections to June 30, subsidize rent for low-income tenants under proposal
The proposal would also create a rent subsidy program using up to $2.6 billion in federal rental relief dollars.
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Biden reverses Trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military
President Biden by executive order repealed the Trump ban on transgender people in the military on Monday.
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Come on, government. It shouldn't be this hard getting COVID-19 vaccine into people's arms
Why couldn't some vaccinator from the government — or a healthcare provider it contracts with — knock on the door with a COVID-19 vaccine and stick it in our arms?
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