• There is apparently still some kind of content moderation happening at Twitter, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's account has been temporarily restricted after she linked the Nashville shooting to a trans activist protest in D.C. Greene's congressional account was restricted for retweeting a flyer about the event calling it "Trans Day of Vengeance," and Twitter apparently did a sweep of all accounts posting this flyer. [CBS News]
  • Greene also tweeted questioning whether hormones that the alleged Nashville shooter was taking should be blamed for the incident, rather than guns. The shooting has sparked a wave of anti-trans sentiment on social media in general. [KRON4]
  • Governor Gavin Newsom has signed his gas-price-gouging bill into law, and it takes effect in late June. The law will penalize California-based oil companies from over-charging for their product. [KRON4]
  • Federal prosecutors have charged two more alleged street-level drug dealers, both Oakland residents, for dealing in Tenderloin. The suspects are 26-year-old Omar Zelaya and 27-year-old Esmun Moyses Moral-Raudales, and both were arrested earlier this month. [Chronicle]
  • A fallen tree has caused two homes in Menlo Park to be red-tagged. [KPIX]
  • One homeowner in the Santa Cruz Mountains shows ABC 7 how a retaining wall behind his home has been completely destroyed by a swollen creek, and his  insurance doesn't cover what's considered "land movement." [ABC 7]
  • Berkeley's Delirama says that persistent power outages have cost them $100,000 in spoiled food, and they may declare bankruptcy. [ABC 7]
  • State economists have told the state's reparations committee that the cost of providing reparations to Black residents of the state could top $800 billion, or two and a half times the state's annual budget — and that doesn't include compensation for lost or devalued property. [KPIX]
  • The FDA has approved the overdose-reversing drug Narcan for over-the-counter sales. [New York Times]

Top image: WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Rep. Mike Collins (R-GA) are seen outside as the Congressional Integrity Project video truck showing 12 minutes of footage from the January 6th Insurrection drives around the DC Department of Corrections on March 24, 2023 in Washington, DC. The Congressional Integrity Project mobile billboard was outside the jail protesting as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lead a tour of the jail with members of congress where some Jan. 6 defendants are being held on March 24, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Congressional Integrity Project)