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California boosts efforts to stamp out hunger on campus

Two-thirds of community college students have trouble paying for food, according to a new 24-state study. California schools are combining federal aid with campus food pantries and other programs to help. Chico, Calif. — Anthony Hiseley was determined to stay...
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California GOP Stakes Out Position on Poverty

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—In making their case for California’s policies on climate and immigration, Democrats proudly note the state’s status as one of the world’s most powerful economies, driven by thriving tech and creative industries. Republicans here are pointing to a different...
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