State of Affairs
A new poll finds California Democrats are split over what they want in a presidential candidate. And Republicans in the state show opposition to new tariffs on Mexico, but few are willing to oppose the president.
- Jack Pitney, Claremont McKenna College
- Carla Marinucci, California Report Editor for Politico
One of the brighter spots in the homeless numbers just released is that veteran’s numbers are trending in a positive direction — we think.
• Libby Denkmann, KPCC
Open House for Vision Zero
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Vision Zero program is hosting a South Los Angeles Open House on Thursday night. This event is a celebration of 35 days of active community engagement that has touched 12,000 residents through activations, bike rides, surveys, phone calls, and business interactions.
The question being asked by many Democrats in California in advance of the state's newly relevant — and competitive — presidential primary: Do you pick the candidate who best reflects your policy views? Or the one you think has the best shot of beating President Trump?
It's time to show your Pride with happenings and celebrations all weekend. There's also a donut festival, rosé wine tastings, Swedish fika, a Prince roller-skating tribute, a jazz festival, immersive theater and street art installations.
- Leo Duran, Take Two
- Christine Ziemba, LAist
The City of West Hollywood says they'll allow street vendors — for now. The announcement comes just in time for the Pride Parade, when hundreds of thousands of people are expected to take to the streets.