Stories From This Week's Episode
October 15, 2010
Election campaign activity heats up with a spirited debate between the gubernatorial hopefuls, an onslaught of media ads and high-profile national politicians making appearances of support. Our examination of the ballot measures continues: Proposition 22 would prevent the state government from raiding local funds, while Prop. 24 would repeal recent corporate tax provisions that allow businesses to shift losses to prior tax years. And a federal judge rules the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gay men and women in the military is unconstitutional.
- Randy Shandobil, Political Reporter, KTVU News
- Marisa Lagos, Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
- Matthew Bajko, Assistant Editor, Bay Area Reporter
Climate Watch senior editor Craig Miller talks with Dan Kammen, a top UC Berkeley energy expert who's been named the World Bank's new renewable energy "czar." As Chief Technical Specialist for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Kammen will help shape policy and set overall energy strategy for the next 10 years.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
Disability Culture Month
Each October, KQED hosts a Celebration of Disability Culture, airing special programs that explore the complex web of experiences and issues faced by people with disabilities.
California Election Watch 2014: The Voter Guide
Don't have time to sort out all the statewide propositions and races for the upcoming November 5 election? Get help from KQED's Voter Guide!