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The bill aiming to make schools more earthquake ready




An image showing what to do in an earthquake.
An image showing what to do in an earthquake.
Great California Shake Out

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Are you ready for the Big One?

Thomas Jordan of the Southern California Earthquake Center just recently said the San Andreas fault is "locked, loaded and ready to roll."

Now, one lawmaker is trying to make sure that schools, at least are quake ready. After a magnitude 6 shaker caused district-wide damage in Napa Valley in 2014.

Assemblyman Bill Dodd is behind the bill which will aim to require California classrooms to secure bookshelves and other heavy objects in case of an earthquake. He joined the show to discuss more.

To hear the full interview, click the blue play button above.