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Today, we'll talk about the feasibility of Russia's proposal for Syria and how Obama may respond in his remarks tonight. Then, Rep. Loretta Sanchez on the Syrian conflict; a new study checks up on inmates freed early under Prop 36; Which bills are on the docket this week for California lawmakers?; Justin St. Germain's vivid and gritty memoir 'Son of a Gun', plus much more.