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California Politics Podcast: Is the CPUC 'Too Big to Succeed'?

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Michael Picker, president of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), told a Senate committee that no other state agency wants to regulate Uber and Lyft. (Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

On this week's California Politics Podcast, we mull a proposal to break up the behemoth California Public Utilities Commission, and hash out the latest campaign finance filings from Senate candidates Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez as well as 2018 gubernatorial hopeful Gavin Newsom.

KQED's Marisa Lagos weighs in, along with the Los Angeles Times' John Myers and Anthony York of the Grizzly Bear Project.


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