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OK bans state-funded travel to CA 01-23-20 14:00 DC

Oklahoma’s governor. A man named Kevin Stitt, today responded to California’s ban on state-funded travel to Oklahoma by banning most employee trips here to California.

The executive order prohibits all non-essential travel by Oklahoma state employees to California, with exceptions for business recruiting trips, college sports games and trips by schools to participate in programs.

Oklahoma was added to California's travel ban in 2018. That was after the Sooner state passed a law that allows adoption agencies to deny placement services to same-sex parents.

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Tent deal to end grad student strike at UCSC 01-23-20 06:45 DC

There’s a tentative deal this morning between graduate students and teaching assistants at UCSC to end the student’s strike against the university. The strike held up some fall semester grades. The deal includes a pay raise and limits on the university to outsource some service work. The agreement still requires approval by union leaders.

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Salinas wants census to count everyone 01-23-20 05:48 DC

The City of Salinas is working to make sure residents are not under-counted in the upcoming 2020 census. The city wants to educate who have previously not been properly counted,

The hard to count population includes children, recent immigrants, and the homeless.

The census matters to local governments because representation and tax funding is often based on population.

The city’s census project has been underway for about a year.

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Beach Hazards Statement tonight thru 9 PM Friday

…Increased Sneaker Wave and Rip Current Risk Thursday night through Friday…

.A relatively large, long period WNW swell train will begin to move into the waters later today. The longer period forerunner
waves of 18-23 seconds in the range of 3 to 7 feet will lead to an increased risk of sneaker waves and rip currents along the
Pacific coastline primarily from late tonight through Friday.

* WHAT…Increased risk of sneaker waves and rip currents are expected.

* WHERE…San Francisco, Coastal North Bay Including Point Reyes National Seashore, San Francisco Peninsula Coast, Northern
Monterey Bay and Southern Monterey Bay and Big Sur Coast Counties.

* WHEN…From late tonight through Friday evening.

* IMPACTS… Rip currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. Sneaker waves can knock unsuspecting beachgoers over and
into the sea. Remain out of the water due to dangerous surf conditions, or stay such conditions, stay off the rocks.

If caught in a rip current, relax and float. Don’t swim against the current. If able, swim in a direction following the shoreline. If unable to escape, face the shore and call or wave for help.

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