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David Chiu on Rent Control, San Francisco Politics and Electric Violining

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San Francisco Assemblyman David Chiu, with Political Breakdown hosts Marisa Lagos and Scott Shafer. (Guy Marzorati/KQED)

Joe Biden enters the 2020 fray, more Democratic nominees head west, and Scott and Marisa are joined by Guy Marzorati to talk about the latest in housing politics at the state Capitol. Then, San Francisco Assemblyman David Chiu joins to talk about renter protections, his relationship with Gov. Gavin Newsom, growing up with a “tiger mom,” San Francisco vs. state politics and jamming out on the electric violin.


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