From high drama in court to putting a new law on the books, this week's theme in the world of California politics seems to have a decidedly legal feel to it.
This week's California Politics Podcast is chock full of news and notes. We discuss the ruling on the fate of independent redistricting from the U.S. Supreme Court as well as the justices agreeing to hear the case that could determine the future political power of the California Teachers Association.
We also discuss Gov. Jerry Brown's quick signature on the bill limiting most vaccine exemptions for school children. And a glimpse at the impact of former state Senator Leland Yee's guilty plea to federal racketeering charges.
What a week.
I'm joined by Anthony York of the Grizzly Bear Project and KQED News' Marisa Lagos.