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Inside the Horseshoe With Newsom Chief of Staff Ann O'Leary

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Ann O'Leary, with KQED Political Breakdown hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos. (Guy Marzorati/KQED)

Gavin Newsom places a moratorium on executions in California, and Scott and Marisa delve into the factors that weighed into the governor’s decision. Then, Newsom’s chief of staff Ann O’Leary joins to discuss life inside the governor’s office, her childhood in Maine, clipping newspapers in the Clinton White House, running the Clinton-Kaine transition, and the days leading up to Newsom’s death penalty decision.


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