The woman Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher wants to testify in support of her bill is bound to an NDA, so Gonzalez Fletcher is asking the Assembly to issue a subpoena – if they do, what are the larger implications? We also bring you the latest on the Southwest engine explosion; as the Castro era ends, what’s next for Cuba?; and more.
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Earlier this week, Cal Poly State University’s president announced that he was suspending all of Greek life, after the recent emergence of a photo of a student in blackface at a Lambda Chi Alpha party.
Despite gaining national attention that included a front-page write-up on the New York Times, a housing bill in the California legislature pushing for more dense residential developments around public transit hubs died on Tuesday when it was unable to make it out of committee.
California cities are dealing with a new problem in transportation safety: electric scooters. The issue: the scooters aren’t regulated yet, and users aren’t exactly following the rules. We asked listeners about their scooter experiences.
In the effort to legalize and regulate street vending, a new proposal was announced Monday at City Hall that wants the city to alert businesses when sidewalk sellers seek permits to sell outside their doors.
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LAPD Chief Charlie Beck returns for his monthly check-in, weighing in on various issue such as a new CA bill redefining "deadly force," muting body cam mic's and the spike in pedestrian deaths. We also dive into the racially charged incident that occurred at a Philadelphia Starbucks; Barbara Bush's passing; and more.