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State of Affairs: Paid sick leave, UC tuition, and a new assisted suicide bill




The State Capitol in Sacramento
The State Capitol in Sacramento
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In this week's State of Affairs, California leads the way with paid sick leave, the fight over how to fund the University of California, and a new bill that would legalize assisted suicide.

Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Senior Fellow at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, and Katie Orr, State Government Reporter for Capital Public Radio, join Take Two to discuss the week in California politics.