Two Supreme Court Decisions and How They Affect California
A couple of major decisions out of the U.S. Supreme Court today directly address California. The court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban on travelers from five mostly Muslim countries, and overturned a California law requiring anti-abortion clinics, also known as crisis pregnancy centers, to post information about where to obtain abortions.
Guest: UC Hastings law professor David Levine
Pawnee Fire in Lake County Has Burned Over 11,000 Acres
The Pawnee Fire is more than 11,000 acres and 5 percent contained; 1,500 people have been evacuated. This has become an unfortunately regular drill now for Lake County locals.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Talks Immigration in Reno, Nevada
We're continuing our coverage of the humanitarian crisis developing here at the U.S border, and that story takes us to Reno, Nevada. That’s where Attorney General Jeff Sessions turned up for a speech that was supposed to talk about school safety, and instead was consumed by immigration policy.
Guest: Bree Zender
Allies in the Fight Against Family Separation
There was a group of people down at the border this past weekend who had a serious beef with what Sessions has been saying, specifically when it comes to religion. Religious groups and social justice groups are banding together to fight against the Trump administration's immigration policies.
Reporter: John Sepulvado
Even after President Donald Trump signed an order last week expected to stop the forced separation of parents and children crossing the border, it's not clear to what extent the various federal agencies involved have their collective act together. We follow one Central American family's efforts to get their child back.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks