In this episode, we're discussing COVID updates and how everything is impacting your Constitutional Rights and the economic vitality of the Country.
In this episode, we're talking about: the State of the State address; Prop 13 (Mar 2020); Price gender discrimination; Online privacy laws and so much more!
In this episode, we're talking about: Proposition 13 on the next ballot; healthcare being offered for illegal immigrants; California wants to get into the pharmacy game and a lot more!
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In this episode we're discussing: (1) Federal judge blocks California law requiring Trump to release tax returns to appear on ballot; (2) California legalizing public banking and (3) Ten of the Country's "most miserable" cities are located in California.
Trump’s Trip to California; Newsom Orders Public Pensions to Invest in Green Stocks; Single-Family Zoning
In this episode, we're discussing: (1) Trump's latest trip to California; (2) Gavin Newsom orders CalPERS and CalSTRS to favor green investments in the latest climate change orders and (3) Did California just abolish single-family zoning?
CA Will Pay for Community College Tuition; Changing the NCAA Rules; Ethnic Studies Graduation Requirement
In this episode, we're talking about how: (1) California will start paying for two years of community college; (2) California is looking to allow NCAA athletes to get paid and (3) Making "Ethnic Studies" a high school graduation requirement.
Los Angeles & Cheap Solar Power; Collapsing Recycling Centers; CA Pensions Grew 6x the National Average
In this episode, we're discussing: Los Angeles has lined up record-cheap solar power; Is recycling collapsing in California? Advocates call on lawmakers to rescue it; Local pension costs grew in California at nearly six times national rate.
058: Gavin Newsom Rent Control Bill; Push for Weaker Reading Requirements in Schools; Prop 13 in Jeopardy
in this episode, we're discussing: (1) Gavin Newsom support a new rent control bill; (2) The push for weaker reading requirements in schools and (3) Prop 13 faces some new challenges.