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California Politics Podcast: Trouble for Unions, a New Leader for the Assembly

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The state Capitol in Sacramento. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)

It's back! After a hiatus, here's the latest California Politics Podcast, featuring KQED California Politics and Government Reporter Marisa Lagos, Los Angeles Times Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers and Grizzly Bear Project Founder Anthony York.

This week, we discuss the case before the U.S. Supreme Court that could severely undercut public employee union power in California, which two-year bills already died in the state Legislature, and what's ahead for newly elected Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.

You can find past episodes of the podcast on Soundcloud and iTunes.


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