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This week on Everyday Injustice we talk with Joanne Scheer, whose son’s incarceration on felony murder, special circumstances led her to create the Felony Murder Elimination Project. View the full story here

 A suspected drug dealer has been arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl-laced pills to teens at Los Gatos High School, causing several to overdose, according to authorities.

Hundreds of people gathered in San Francisco’s Union Square for the first night of Hanukkah on Sunday to light a 22-foot menorah, illuminating a neighborhood that has been hard-hit by economic woes during the pandemic.

California could soon require communities hit hard by the growing fentanyl crisis to become the first in the nation to require gas stations, bars and even libraries to stock up on the overdose-reversing drug Narcan, under a new legislative proposal unveiled Tuesday.

This January, the face of local government in California will change in many ways. In 2022, state lawmakers passed a series of measures, some intended to empower and protect local officials who feel unsafe in the volatile political climate.