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The Nooner for August 19th

over the debate is finally over. Gov. Jerry Brown and GOP nominee Neel Kashkari will square off on Sept. 4 for what looks like their one and only gubernatorial sparring match.

Scott Detrow has the details: “Brown and Kashkari campaigns have now agreed to the September debate, which will be produced by KQED, the Los Angeles Times, the California Channel and Telemundo California. KQED’s senior California politics and government editor, John Myers, will moderate the one-hour forum. Journalists from the Los Angeles Times and Telemundo will ask the candidates questions as well.”

Kashkari had challenged Brown to 10 debates, but until now, Brown had brushed off that proposition.”

Greasing the skids: Melody Guiterrez looks at the debate over a bill aimed at cracking down of grease thieves. 

“Fetching around $3 a pound, a truckload of used cooking oil can bring in as much as $600 at a grease recycling center, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture. The surge in grease thefts has been compared to the rise in copper thefts when prices for the metal skyrocketed.

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