Issue: February 28, 2019

This week, SN&R reports from the convention of the California Republican Party, which elected its first female chairperson as it tries to survive.

In News, Scott Thomas Anderson writes that while Governor Gavin Newsom may have cut the Delta tunnels plan from two to one, landowners still face government seizure of their property.

In Arts, we have a stor y about Sacramento poet Andru Defeye, the scene at the Panic! at the Disco concert and a review of A Midsummer Night' s Dream at Sacramento Theatre Company.

In Voices, this week's community essay highlights outsourcing by the University of California . Jeff vonKaenel warns that adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census will worsen the undercount of immigrants—and cost California money. I write about what comes after the Sacramento County district attorney announces whether two police officers will be charged in Stephon Clark's death.

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