Food Banks: Trump's Changes to Green Card Rules Will Mean People Go Hungry
Immigrant advocates and emergency food providers say a new Trump administration rule, to be finalized this week, will penalize immigrant families in California who are struggling to make ends meet.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says he'll sue the Trump Administration over its plans to roll back the federal Endangered Species Act. The roll back would allow regulators to consider economic impacts when deciding whether a species should be listed. It would also be tougher to consider how climate change affects a species.
Tulare Co. to Report Dairy Methane Emissions
A new state law requires California’s dairy industry to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in the next five years. A recent legal settlement will help Tulare County, the nation’s leading dairy producer, meet the goal.
Reporter: Kerry Klein, KVPR
Insurance Is a Barrier to Rebuilding in Paradise
Residents of Paradise and the surrounding areas burned by last year's fire... gathered to talk about rebuilding Monday. Republican Congressman Doug LaMalfa. The congressman says one of the biggest challenges facing fire survivors is getting insurance for existing and rebuilt homes.
Reporter: Mark Albert, KCHO
Rep. Maxine Waters Says Feds Should Spend More on Homeless
On Wednesday, veteran Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters of Los Angeles will convene a summit in L.A. to explore what California’s is doing to solve homelessness. Waters doesn’t think it’s nearly enough, even with lots of new spending on homelessness programs by the state of California and cities like L.A. and San Francisco. In response, Waters has introduced legislation that would commit billions of federal dollars to get America’s homeless population housed. But is that realistic in this current political climate?
Guest: Rep. Maxine Waters