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California Politics Podcast: Prison Reform, Democratic Politics

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California lockups like Chino State Prison remain under a federal court order because of overcrowding. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

This week, KQED's Marisa Lagos talks about Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to change California's sentencing structure -- and hopefully reduce the prison population -- with Los Angeles Times host John Myers and Anthony York of the Grizzly Bear Project. Also on tap: what Sen. Marty Block's decision not to seek re-election means for Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, and the ongoing drama at the California Coastal Commission.

Tune in!


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