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By | Charlotte Rutigliano

World:

  • Pope Francis urged the United States and North Korea on Saturday to defuse their increasingly tense standoff and avert a potentially horrific conflict. (New York Times Update – 4/29/2017)

 

Nation:

  • A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a threat to take away funds from sanctuary cities. (CNN Update – 4/25/17)
  • Trump administration still considering how to make it easier to sue the media. (Washington Post Update – 4/30/2017)

 

Local:

  • A federal judge dismissed portions of a lawsuit claiming Eureka’s ordinances against camping and storage of personal items in public spaces violates the Constitutional rights of homeless individuals. (North Coast Journal Update – 4/28/2017)
  • Highway 101 is open and traffic is flowing north of Leggett. (Caltrans Update – 4/25/17)

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