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THE Nooner for November 23, 2017

 

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Thank you, media, for covering stories that have been very uncomfortable.

Thank you, Governor Brown and legislative leaders for your fiscal restraint to create a $9.9 billion reserve and an expected increase of $2.5 billion ongoing for K-12 schools and community colleges (and likely $650m in one-time funds) projected for next year, according to the Legislative Analyst.

Thank you, Governor Brown for being a shadow president on the issue of climate change. We can debate the science, but as our parents taught us, turn out the light.

Thank you, Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op for being open this morning so I could get slices of pumpkin and marionberry pies.

Thank you, Mexico, for giving us domesticated turkeys. You never have turkey unless mole negro is poured over it.

Thank you, all those who have come before us to create the greatest nation that the world has ever seen.

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Sf Moves To Ready The Embarcadero For Earthquakes, Sea Level Rise - San Francisco Chronicle
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President Trump came out in defense of Mr. Moore, the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama. But when it’s not in his political interests, the benefit of the doubt might shift.

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They’re thousands of miles from home, separated from nearly everyone they know.

Ethics lawyer says Conyers mistreated her during her years on Capitol Hill

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Thanksgiving Help For The Homeless: 'we Haven't Seen Numbers Like This Since The Great Depression'
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Thanksgiving meals will be served to thousands of homeless and near-homeless individuals today on Skid Row and in Pasadena and Canoga Park amid calls for donations and volunteers for the rest of the year.

Roy Moore's communications director resigns

Roy Moore's communications director John Rogers has resigned from the Senate candidate's campaign.

Union Square construction zone dresses up for the holidays
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For the past three holiday seasons, San Francisco has transformed the Central Subway construction zone on two blocks of Stockton Street just south of Union Square into a shoppers’ respite. Construction stops, holes are fenced off and dirt is covered with fake grass. Benches, tables, food trucks and carolers take the place of jackhammers. Winter Walk, as it’s officially known, has become a holiday tradition. An estimated 750,000 visitors stopped by in 2016. On Saturday, the newish tradition returns — for what may be the last time.

Philly Mayor Calls Trump 'a Bully' And 'punk' Over Curbed Immigration Protections - Politico

The acting secretary of Homeland Security, Elaine Duke, facing a Thanksgiving deadline, declined to renew the protective status of the immigrants, who may now remain in the U.S. until July 2019 but could face deportation thereafter.

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