SCOTUS Hearing: What It Means For California
We discuss the nomination of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and the potential effect on issues and laws that are important to Californians.
- Allan Ides, Loyola Law School Professor
The latest after the Trump Administration appealed a judge's order last week to extend the census by a month once more.
- Caroline Champlin, KPCC Reporter
Coronavirus: Declining Enrollment at Community Colleges
We discuss declining enrollment numbers in the state community college system and what can be done to support vulnerable students.
- Eloy Ortiz Oakley, California Community Colleges Chancellor
Cars and Protests
In SoCal and around the country, we're continuing to see instances of cars and trucks driving into protesters. And in some cases, striking them. At least two people have died, although the circumstances in those cases are still not clear. The latest example of this phenomenon happened Saturday, as Trump supporters and counter-protesters were demonstrating in Yorba Linda...And the LAPD says it's investigating two incidents involving vehicles that drove into a crowd that was marching in honor of Breonna Taylor in Hollywood last week.
- Robert Garrova, KPCC Reporter
The OC Update
Now, we'll turn our attention southward...where there's been a deadly police shooting...and public school teachers threaten to strike amid plans to reopen. It's time for our weekly check in on the headlines out of Orange County.
- Nick Gerda, reporter at the non-profit news site The Voice of OC
A Martinez speaks with 101-year-old Winifred “Wini” Carter a long-time resident of LA County. After a career in the military where she worked as a transcriber at the Pentagon, she became a Long Beach reserve police officer at 67 and received her bachelor’s degree at the age of 70. Having lived through the civil rights movement, political scandals, and more: what advice/perspective she has to share.