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SN&R Vol 31 Issue 50
Near-death experience stories provide hope.
By Lindsay Oxford
This article was published on 03.19.20
A consultant says the city of Sacramento can save millions, but some ideas target workers and unions.
By Foon Rhee
Coronavirus shutdowns impact SN&R.
By Jeff vonKaenel
The coronavirus outbreak is changing our lives.
By Joey Garcia
SMUD is on the wrong track on clean energy.
By Lee Miller
Mental health, homelessness, plastics.
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 49
If the city bans camps along the river, where are the homeless supposed to go?
By Lacey DeVivo
This article was published on 03.12.20
After March 3 primary, a long campaign before a long ballot on Nov. 3.
Coronavirus outbreak is spreading hysteria and hate aimed at Asian Americans.
By Janice O’Malley Galizio
Democratic presidential race, historic preservation.
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