Drought Emergency Expanded Across Much of California

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Governor Newsom Expands Drought Emergency to 39 More Counties

With more than 90% of California experiencing extreme drought conditions, Governor Gavin Newsom is expanding a state drought emergency from just two to 41 counties. The new drought proclamation represents 30% of the state’s population.
Reporter: Ezra David Romero, KQED

New State Attorney General Outlines His Agenda

State Attorney General Rob Bonta has championed criminal justice reform during his time in Sacramento as a legislator.  But can he implement real change as attorney general?
Guest: Rob Bonta, California Attorney General

New Poll Shows Opposition Growing for Recall Effort

As he fights a recall campaign to oust him from office, there’s some good news for Governor Gavin Newsom in a new poll.  The Berkeley IGS Poll finds just 36% of California voters support recalling Newsom and 49%  say they’ll vote no on the recall.
Reporter: Katie Orr, KQED

Mapping Shows High-Risk Wildfire Areas

A map of power lines has been created that the California Public Utilities Commission and Pacific Gas & Electric think are at great risk of starting a fire. 
Reporter: The California Report's Lily Jamali with KRCB Reporter Marc Albert