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Saving California's rain water, a new deal for black America, leasing land to pot entrepreneurs

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WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 1:  (AFP OUT) President Donald Trump holds an African American History Month listening session in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on February 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Michael Reynolds - Pool/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 1: (AFP OUT) President Donald Trump holds an African American History Month listening session in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on February 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Michael Reynolds - Pool/Getty Images)

From too little water to too much. Why California can't save all of the recent rains, President Trump and the black agenda, the legalities of renting land for pot use, and sweet treats for Long Beach.

California's recent downpour brought an ton of water, but now the challenge is how to store it. John Leahigh from the State Water Project explains.
What's the agenda for black America under President Trump? Two guests from differing political perspectives discuss.
If you've got 30 unused acres sitting in the middle of a remote part of Northern California, what do you do with it?
With so many strong reactions to President Trump's executive orders, Take Two wondered: what makes us care about things the way we do?
It's the shortest month of the year and that means less time to fill your weekends, so make sure to make it count by gorging at a chocolate festival or catching the big game: the Otter Bowl, of course.
The new novel "Lucky Boy" is a tale about immigration, privilege and motherhood. The book's author, Shanthi Sakeran, visited Take Two to talk about the book and the themes that motivated her writing.
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