- Sacramento County health officials are recommending residents wear masking indoors to curb the spread of the corona virus. With cases rising, officials advise residents to wear face coverings when shopping, eating at restaurants, or other indoor locations with large numbers of people.
- Critics of California's ethnic studies bill say it's time to follow the money. Kenny Xu is the author of "An Inconvenient Minority" and alleges the $50 million Governor Newsom already spent on consultancies for ethnic studies is just the beginning.
- Two men are being indicted in connection with conspiracy to attack the Democratic Headquarters in Sacramento. The FBI’s San Francisco office says Ian Rogers and Jarrod Copeland are accused of planning the attack using incendiary devices. Copeland was arrested in Sacramento on Wednesday, while Rogers was arrested in January and has since been charged in federal court with stockpiling illegal weapons. Both men are expected to appear in court later this month.
- Californian lawmakers have unanimously passed the first state-funded guaranteed income plan in the country. Monthly cash payments of approximately $500 to $1,000 to qualifying pregnant people and young adults who recently left foster care, with no restrictions on how they spend it.
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