Repair California stalled
A week after citing the movement was being derailed due to “dirty tricks” by Sacramento special interests groups, the Bay Area-based group hoping to organize a statewide constitutional convention announced Friday they have hit a bump in the road, lack of money. The group has called California’s government “dysfunctional” and that major reforms are necessary to reduce the influence of special interest groups and end the gridlock in Sacramento. We find out exactly why the group has stopped its campaign, and how will this affect future reform groups from shaking up the status quo.
John Grubb, Campaign Director for Repair California
Evan Halper, Sacramento Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times