Newsom Signs First Bills as Governor, Funding Clean Water, Tax Gaps
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday approved $131 million to improve drinking water infrastructure, backfill county property taxes from wildfires and take other actions in the first two bills he signed as the state's chief executive. Newsom, a Democrat, traveled to a school in the Central Valley to emphasize his focus on ensuring California schools have access to clean water.
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