Thousands of needy Californians could lose food stamps under a House Republican bill that cuts $40 billion from the federal program. Senate Democrats have vowed to fight the cuts. But advocates for the poor are concerned, and say veterans and young people leaving foster care will be hit especially hard. Reporter: Elaine Korry
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In the wake of two hurricanes slamming into Mexico, migrant communities in California have mobilized to send aid back to their home towns, many of them small, remote and hard-hit. But the ad hoc groups are hitting a roadblock at the border. Reporter: Amy Isackson
We talk with Werner Robert Haag, a chemist from San Jose who teaches science to elementary school kids. It's the latest installment of our occasional series on volunteers in California, called "The Giving State." Reporter: Rachel Johnson
End Music: "Reference Point" by Acoustic Alchemy, from the CD "Reference Point" (GRP).