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ICYMI: California Is Moving Its Presidential Primary To March

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  • Lana Del Rey is going on tour in January and February. The "LA to the Moon” tour does not currently include any L.A. dates, weirdly.
  • Jared Kushner is registered to vote as a woman.
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