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California Capitol closes after L.A. lawmaker tests positive for COVID-19

© Provided by The LA Times Assemblywoman Autumn Burke (D-Marina del Rey), seen here in 2019, announced on Twitter that she had tested positive for the coronavirus. (Robert Gourley / Los Angeles Times)By Melody Gutierrez

The state Capitol was closed Monday after Assemblywoman Autumn Burke (D-Marina Del Rey) and four others who work in the building tested positive for the coronavirus, which likely spread as staffers and legislators met to pass the state budget in late June.

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