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Why California native tribes are cautious about ending shutdown. ‘We can’t lose a single elder’

Ryan Sabalow & Dale Kasler May 6, 2020

Sherry Scott joined the rebellion in some parts of the state against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order at a protest with dozens of others in Crescent City on Friday.

The next day, buoyed by the experience, Scott and her business partner invited customers to eat at her Log Cabin Diner in Klamath, an outpost along Highway 101 at the mouth of the river that gives the town its name.

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