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A new legislative session has begun and lawmakers in Sacramento are wasting no time in crafting new bills. Some are new and some are familiar from the last session, such as a bill that would make it easier to fire teachers accused of sexually abusing students. A state audit released on Tuesday showed districts such as Los Angeles Unified end up agreeing to costly settlements to get rid of teachers. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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More than a dozen newly elected U.S. House members are preparing their moves to Washington. California lost 14 incumbents in last month's election. Fresh faces may lead to fresh opportunities -- but that big of a turnover might reduce the Golden State's clout on Capitol Hill. Reporter: Kitty Felde
End Music: "Cool On The Coast" by the Brubeck Brothers Quartet, from the album "Classified"