The price tag of the state budget that was unveiled in Sacramento this week? $209 billion. Newsom is estimating a $21 billion surplus, and says he'll split about one-third of it between key campaign promises: housing and childhood poverty.
Reporters: Marisa Lagos and Katie Orr
Wait Times Increase in California's Immigration Courts
Immigration courts in California have the largest backlog of cases in the country. Now, people who have waited years to see an immigration judge may end up waiting years longer, thanks to the government shutdown.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Conditions at Southern Border: From San Diego to Texas
Following the deaths of two toddlers who were in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Trump administration began letting migrants out of detention more quickly, without making plans for them. This is playing out all along the Southwest border — from San Diego to Texas — where people are being dropped off at fast food restaurants or bus stops without money or food.
Guest: Julie Small