After close to two decades, California is going to have a new governor.
On Monday, Governor Gavin Newsom will be sworn in as the next governor of the state, takes the reins from outgoing Jerry Brown, a fiscal hawk whose parting gift for his successor includes a nearly 9-billion in budgetary surplus.
And there are a lot of people who want to see the new Governor spend that money. Since the new state Legislature went into session, California lawmakers have introduced a slew of bills that could translate to tens of billions of dollars in new spending.
So how is Governor Newsom going to prioritize state spending?
With guest host Kyle Stokes.