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Miller Leads Dutton in California's Contentious 31st District

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Update 10:26 p.m.: Initial election results in California's competitive 31st District have Republican Congressman Gary Miller leading State Senator Bob Dutton by a 10 percent margin.

The Republican v. Republican battle has been in the limelight for months, emerging as the nexus for redistricting, unabated super PAC spending, and a primary system overhaul in the state.

Click here for our piece on the 31st District, an area that includes the cities of San Bernardino and Rancho Cucamonga.

Real-time results for California's Congressional races can be seen here.

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A Food 4 Less employee pushes carts past supermarket workers gathered to protest in front of the supermarket in Long Beach, California on February 3, 2021, after a decision by owner Kroger to close two supermarkets rather than pay workers an additional $4.00 in "hazard pay" for their continued work during the coronavirus pandemic.

$5 'Hero Pay' for L.A. County Grocery Workers Passed, but Not Unanimously

The urgency ordinance requires that national grocery and drug retail employers in unincorporated areas of the county pay frontline workers an additional $5 per hour hazard or “hero pay” for the next 120 days.
Family daycare provider Lucre-ce Lester takes a student’s temperature as he arrives for the day at her home-based daycare in Antioch on February. 17, 2021.

Burgeoning Child Care Union Secures COVID-19 Relief Funding Approval

The state Senate budget committee approved disbursement of $144 million in federal funds to give child care providers some financial relief in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. If approved by the Legislature, it will be a major win for Child Care Providers United, which is still negotiating a master contract with California.