KFBK Morning News Show Recap - Wednesday June 22nd

Top Stories:

  1. A new bill designed to alleviate California's homeless crisis is making its way through the state legislature. Opponents say it would force homeless people into treatment. The bill passed through the Assembly Judiciary Committee Tuesday is being backed by Governor Newsom. Click here to read more.
  2. The city of Sacramento is poised to become the latest city to launch a guaranteed income program. The city will send $500 a month to 80 families in Sacramento, if the city council approves a new contract with The United Way. The council is expected to approve the $750,000 contract with the united way, financed with federal Covid-19 relief money. Click here to read more.
  3. Outdoor "Al-Fresco" style dining is here to stay in the city of Sacramento. The city council has approved the permanent outdoor dining in their city. Click here to read more.

Extra Stories:

  • An earthquake has killed over 1,000 people in the Middle East overnight with over 1,000 injured. Click here to read more.
  • Sacramento Republic Football Club pulled off their biggest upset in franchise history Tuesday night in a 2-to-1 victory over the L.A. Galaxy. Click here to read more.
  • President Biden is expected to announce a 3-month suspension of the federal gas tax. Click here to read more.

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