Fri, Apr 23, 2010 -- 10:00 AM
Governing California: Political Reform SchoolDownload audio (MP3)
We launch our special election-year "Governing California" series with a broadcast from KQED's Sacramento studios, hosted by Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers. John talks with political veterans about the history of political reform in California -- and about what new proposed fixes are gaining traction.
Host: John Myers
- A.G. Block, associate director of the UC Center in Sacramento
- Bill Hauck, president of the California Business Roundtable
- James Mayer, executive director of California Forward, a bipartisan public interest effort to bolster democracy and improve the performance of government in California
- Mark Paul, senior scholar and deputy director for the California program of the New America Foundation, and former writer, editor and columnist with the Sacramento Bee and the Oakland Tribune
- Governing California: Making Sense of Our State of Disarray : Homepage for KQED's "Governing California" series
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