Education, Rainy Day Fund Winners in Gov. Brown's Proposed Budget

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The Capitol dome in Sacramento, California. (Photo: Craig Miller/KQED)

Governor Jerry Brown emphasized investing in transportation, education and growing the state's rainy day fund as part of his new $190 billion budget proposal, released Wednesday. In this hour, we'll talk about the state budget, Congressman Darrell Issa's decision to not seek reelection and San Francisco's mayoral race with KQED's Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos. We'll also talk to them about the launch of their new radio show and podcast, Political Breakdown, which explores politics from a California perspective.

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Katie Orr, Sacramento politics and government reporter, KQED

Marisa Lagos, reporter, California politics and government desk, KQED

Scott Shafer, senior editor, California politics and government desk, KQED