SB 277 narrowed parents' ability to refrain from vaccinating their kids by making exceptions available only to children who are home schooled or have a doctor's note. These notes are on the rise, and we discuss why. We also examine online streaming for niche sports; lament the decline of the middle child; and more.See full episode >
A proposed bill is looking to amend California's "felony murder rule," which holds criminal accomplices liable for murder regardless of whether they pulled the figurative (or literal) trigger. We debate. We also follow up on Justice Kennedy's retirement; interview the former U.S. ambassador to Mexico; and more.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining. We also examine the reunification of migrant families who were forcibly separated; discuss Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement announcement; and more
The Supreme Court says a California law that forces anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to provide information about abortion probably violates the Constitution. We also examine budget predictions from the CBO; discuss the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the president's travel ban; and more
This spring, Mayor Eric Garcetti launched plans to spend at least $20 million on new shelters and cleanups to stop homeless encampments. We also recap the latest on the Trump admin family separation policy; examine the legal parameters of ‘the right to refuse service’ in light of Sarah Huckabee Sanders' incident; and more
A new Time magazine cover featuring President Trump staring down at a crying Honduran toddler inspired debate over its ethics after the girl's father reported that she had not been separated from her family. Was this a journalistic oversight or a visual metaphor? We also discuss your favorite World Cup memories; review the latest movie releases on 'FilmWeek'; and more.
On Wednesday, there was a federal court hearing on three of California’s “sanctuary state” immigration laws. We also examine the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on online sales tax; look into the social movement called DIY biohacking; and more
Owners of The Griffin bar encountered some tough decisions after the fight took place, and we wonder what, if any, protocol bars and establishments should have in place for incidents such as these. We also discuss police liability during car chases; dive into what it means for particular races to code switch; and more.