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Panel to cover housing issues Dec. 1

Panel to cover housing issues Dec. 1

The California Press Foundation’s 140th annual Winter Meeting in San Francisco will include a panel discussion about housing and homelessness in California.

Liam Dillon

Liam Dillon

Confirmed for the lunchtime panel on Friday, Dec. 1 are Liam Dillon, Los Angeles Times Capitol reporter; Terrie Light, CEO, Berkeley Food and Housing; and Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento mayor.

The Winter Meeting begins Thursday afternoon, Nov. 30, with a First Amendment Coalition presentation, “Fake News & the First Amendment.” It will be followed by a reception and entertainment by the Irish Newsboys, dinner and a talk by Greg Lucas, California’s state librarian.

Darrell Steinberg

Darrell Steinberg

Awards presented Thursday night include the FAC Open Government Award, Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executive of the Year Award and Jack Bates Award for distinguished service to the California Press.

Terrie Light

Terrie Light

The Friday panel will be followed by the presentation of these awards: California Newspaper Hall of Fame, Philip N. McCombs Achievement Award and Mark Twain Award.

Registration for the 140th Annual Cal Press Winter Meeting is open now. Please visit the Cal Press website for details. The deadline to book rooms at the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel is Nov. 8. Booking information is on the Winter Meeting page at Cal-Press.org.

Previously: Dick Fogel to Hall of Fame

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