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The state has some power he has the power to tell the Texas public safety officials Bring back these lawmakers. He can also keep calling special sessions until this next year, so this is likely to be addressed at some point, And when it is the Republicans in the state have the power. They have those numbers to pass this bill, ABC. Zarin SHAHR, Cuban Americans in Miami closing down a highway Today they're calling on the Biden administration to stop help to help Cubans in the wake of food and medicine shortages. As Covid cases continue to rise, show President Biden that we want to do something that we need his intervention in Cuba. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas caution Cubans, however, who are thinking of migrating to the US that the trip is dangerous and that they may be sent back to Cuba. Health officials in Mississippi now say a dozen Children are hospitalized with severe cases of Covid, 19 and 10 of the Children are on ventilators. Mississippi has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the nation. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne, Isaiah 32 with your top local stories. Governor Gavin Newsom picking up the pieces today after a Sacramento judge rejected a fight to add Democrat next to his name on the recall ballot. Doctor Isaac Hale of political scholar at UC Santa Barbara calls this a small setback. I don't think it's a huge deal. It's a pretty small sliver of the electorate who is going to be walking in. Into this low turnout election and not know that Governor Newsom As a Democrat, a Sacramento Superior Court judge ruled the law is clear. The secretary of state cannot be forced to add the governor's party affiliation to the recall ballot. Republican challenger Caitlyn Jenner tweeted. This lawsuit was the first step of finally breaking down politics as usual in Sacramento. A PPC poll shows 57% support Gavin Newsom in the recall. Election Day is September 14th. The tuition increase for the coming for incoming first year students at U. C. U C schools is under consideration, The Chronicle says the U. C Board of regents will consider their first tuition raise since 2017 when they meet later this month. The proposal would also affect new transfer and graduate students, starting in the fall of 2022. Officials say the set tuition level would then remain flat for a student for a fixed number of years. You see, officials say their sources of revenue are not keeping pace with the enrollment growth. Traffic.

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