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Female #MeToo Leader Apologizes for Homophobic Remark

California State Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens), a leader of the “#MeToo” movement who has faced sexual harassment accusations herself, reportedly apologized Monday for a homophobic comment she made five years ago about then-Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez.

Cristina Garcia (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

Bay Area Residents Seek Exodus to Sacramento

Soaring living costs throughout California over the past several years have pushed Bay Area residents to relocate to one of the last affordable cities in the Golden State: Sacramento, California’s inland capital.

Sacramento River (Pacific Southwest Region USFWS / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Democrats Win Supermajority in State Assembly

Election Day for Republicans, nationally, was a very good night. Not only did the GOP win the presidency with the election of Donald J. Trump, but it also retained control of the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, and won gains at the state level across the country.

AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File

Backpage.com CEO Now in California to Face Pimping Charges

The CEO of Backpage.com agreed to immediate extradition to California after his arrest in Houston on money laundering and pimping charges. Carl Ferrer was taken into custody on Friday after he arrived at a Houston airport on a flight from Amsterdam. He is now in a California jail.

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