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Morning Wrap: 5/3/12

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:
  • Health officials are investigating how a rare bacteria strain appears to have killed a 25-year-old researcher at the VA hospital’s diseases lab in San Francisco. Mercury News
  • UC Berkeley law professor John Yoo can’t be sued by a convicted terrorist for helping craft the Bush administration’s torture policy, a federal appeals court ruled. Mercury News
  • Faculty members in the Cal State system authorized a strike that could delay the start of classes for 400,000 students next fall. Chronicle
  • San Francisco Unified School District violated more than 100 special education regulations in the past year, a new report by the state Department of Education says. The Bay Citizen
  • After a winter of light snow, Yosemite’s Tioga Pass Road is expected to open Monday. AP

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