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Daily Edition for Friday, July 26, 2019

Good morning! Los Angeles County officials warned Thursday that a county resident with measles may have exposed others at several shops on the Westside. More on that below, but first here are your top California health stories for the day.

Daily Edition for Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Good morning! A judge has been asked to block California’s new law requiring background checks to anyone buying ammunition. Read more on that below, but first here are your top California health stories of the day.

Daily Edition for Monday, July 22, 2019

Good morning! A unit from one of the world’s largest life sciences companies has thrown a Hail Mary pass, worming its way into a battle over CRISPR technology that has roiled the University of California for years. More on that below, but first here are your top California health stories of the day.

Daily Edition for Friday, July 19, 2019

Good morning! Gov. Gavin Newsom baffled some supporters when he knocked down proposals to raise taxes that would go toward child care services for working class families. Read more on the decision below, but first here are your top California health news stories of the day.

Daily Edition for Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Good morning! A cut in payments to physicians in California could be a preview of a bigger fight looming on the horizon over surprise medical billing. More on that below, but first, here are your top California health stories of the day.

Daily Edition for Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Good morning! A judge lowered a jury’s damage award from $80 million to $25 million for a California cancer victim who used Monsanto’s Roundup weed-killer. Read more about the decision below, but first here are your other top California health stories for the day.

Daily Edition for Monday, July 15, 2019

Good morning! A look at who is utilizing California’s aid-in-dying law reveals a large racial gap that experts attribute to both issues with medical access and philosophical differences in what’s considered suicide. Read more on that below, but first, here are your top California health stories for the day.