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California Today - Apr. 25 | NTD: What Elon Musk May Do to Twitter; Climate Partnership With China

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🔵 Connect with California Today Online! Facebook: Twitter: Twitter is going private. Elon Musk is now the owner of the social media company. He gave some suggestions for how he'd like to start changing the company. A solemn anniversary was held over the weekend. We'll look at what brought out thousands of people over the weekend. California signed an agreement with China for climate goals. But the FBI recently said there are security concerns for such cooperation. A California lawmaker attempted to repeal the state's sanctuary status. He said he believes many voters were tricked about what the law actually did. Los Angeles needs more teachers -- so they're hiring non-teaching staff. The job vacancies come after the district fired hundreds of teachers for resisting jab mandates. We'll look at how the district is working it out and how people are responding. On Earth Day, new construction began on a wildlife focused structure in Los Angeles. The highway bridge is focused on mountain lions. 🎙️ 00:00 Intro What Elon Musk May Do to Twitter Falun Gong Practitioners Honor Anniversary Calif. Signs Climate Partnership With China Bill to Repeal Sanctuary State Laws Fails Permanent Daylight Saving, One Step Closer Teacher Vacancies Filled With District Staff Wildlife Crossing Breaks Ground Over US101 🏀 Sports Warriors Drop Game 4 in Denver Dodgers’ Announcer to Retire After 64 Seasons 🔵 Connect with California Today Online! Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Follow California Today!
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