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On Tuesday, California will reopen which means an end to the state's mask mandate. There are still some situations that will require people to wear a mask, and many Californians say they don't plan to ditch face coverings just yet.
Guest: Carly Severn, Senior Engagament Editor, KQED
Conversations around the role of police in society are continuing and this week, a group gathered in San Diego to call for the elimination of police departments at universities. U.C. San Diego students and faculty say it’s time to end police presence on college campuses.
Reporter: Cristina Kim, KPBS
The recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom will cost California counties $215 million. That's according to an analysis from the state Department of Finance.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED
Three immigrant families in the Bay Area are suing the federal government after border officials forcibly separated them in 2018. According to the lawsuit, these Central American families were seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border when the children were taken from their parents as part of the Trump Administration’s zero tolerance policy.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley, KQED
California has over a billion dollars in aid to give out to struggling renters and landlords. But so far, a little less than 3% of that money has actually gone out.
Reporter: Erin Baldassari, KQED