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"More than $8 billion will go toward direct cash payments for income eligible Californians as part of a covid relief package. California's new fiscal year begins July 1st in Sacramento. I'm Katie, or KQED News. Part of the state's proposed spending plan includes $20 Million to help the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority recover from the mass shooting that rock to the agency last month. The funds would help the Vita resume light rail service that was halted after the shooting, along with repairs and safety upgrades. State Senator Dave Cortese is one of the proposal's authors. He says the funds would also go toward helping the transit agencies, workers the long term mental health impacts. Experiencing something like that is truly unknown to most of us, but something that professional assistance and resources can help deal with. On May 26th Vita worker shot and killed nine of his colleagues and turned the gun on himself. I'm Natalia Navarro, you're listening to KQED news support this afternoon comes from Palo Alto University and accredited, non profit university specializing in bachelor's master's and doctoral programs in psychology and counseling. Support for NPR this afternoon comes from tire rack, offering a tire decision guide and user reviews to help people find tires that fit their needs and driving conditions. Learn more at tire rack dot com Sunny, warm to hot Sacramento Valley 98 Today Sacramento 101, Possibly Tomorrow clear tonight Lows 58 to 68 along.