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State of Affairs: Aid-in-dying bill is back, lawmakers mull plans to fix CA roads, and the race for 2018




California State Capitol Building in Sacramento.
California State Capitol Building in Sacramento.
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On this week's State of Affairs, California lawmakers get back to work, Gov. Jerry Brown convenes special sessions on healthcare and transportation, and the aid-in-dying bill makes a comeback.

USC Professor of the Practice of Public Policy Communication Sherry Bebitch Jeffe and Capital Public Radio state government reporter Katie Orr joined Take Two with more.

To listen to the full interview, click on the blue audio player above.