Homeless Advocates Plan to Sue City of El Cajon
El Cajon, a city east of San Diego, homeless advocates are expected to file a suit against the city. This comes after some advocates were arrested for distributing food to homeless people.
Guest: Mark Lane
Covered California Director Confident State's Healthcare Marketplace Will Survive
Californians have until Wednesday, January 31st to buy a health plan through the state’s Obamacare marketplace. We hear from Covered California director Peter Lee about the agency’s future under some Republican efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
Reporter: Laura Klivans
Central Coast Congressman Jimmy Panetta wants to expand protections for crime victims who are undocumented immigrants.
Reporter: Erika Mahoney
Cannabis Takes a Toll on Northern California Watersheds
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in California, it’ll become one of the state's top crops. It'll be right up there with grapes and almonds. And like most agriculture, cannabis plants need a lot of water to grow. Now cannabis farmers are already draining some creeks.
Reporter: Angela Johnston
In California, nearly one in three women report being attacked or stalked by their partner. Often, the first place they turn for help is a doctor’s office, or the emergency room. We visit a Los Angeles hospital that is addressing this problem head on by opening a women’s shelter right on the hospital grounds.
Reporter: Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News