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The dome and exterior of the California State Capitol building in 2015, in Sacramento.
The dome and exterior of the California State Capitol building in 2015, in Sacramento.
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Up in Sacramento, lawmakers are in high gear. It's just one of the stories discussed Friday on State of Affairs, Take Two's weekly look at politics in the Golden State.

The legislative session ends Friday night, and lawmakers are racing to pass a stack of new bills before the deadline.

Also on State of Affairs:

Guests:

Carla, it was a dramatic Thursday night in the Assembly as lawmakers finally managed to eke through some long-awaited affordable housing bills. How did it all go down?

It was a drama until the last hours. This issue of providing affordable housing in California has really become top-of-the-agenda for many communities in California. The homeless problem has really taken a toll. 

Last night, you saw it. The Assembly approved some really critical housing measures:

Press the blue play button above to learn more about how the affordable housing bills recently passed by the Assembly could affect people living in Southern California. 

Answers have been edited for clarity and brevity.