Kevin Faulconer Explains Why He Believes Governor Newsom Should Be Recalled

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Former San Diego Mayor and republican candidate for California Governor Kevin Faulconer speaks during a news conference in front of Abraham Lincoln High School on February 17, 2021 in San Francisco, California. Kevin Faulconer held a news conference in front of a San Francisco high school to demand that California Gov. Gavin Newsom reopen schools in the state.  (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Makes His Case For Replacing Newsom

He's the former mayor of San Diego and most political observers view him as the most formidable opponent in the recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom.  Kevin Faulconer explains why he believes he's the right man for the job.
Guest: Kevin Faulconer, California Gubernatorial Candidate

State Legislature Set to Vote on Budget Deal

A nearly $263 billion spending plan will go before state legislators in Sacramento on Monday.  The proposal includes expanding Medi-Cal for undocumented immigrants age 50 and older and direct cash payments for income-eligible Californians as part of a COVID-19 relief package.
Reporter: Katie Orr, KQED

Extension of Eviction Moratorium Expected to be Approved

The state legislature is expected to vote Monday to extend California's eviction moratorium until the end of September. The vote comes just days before California’s eviction protections are set to expire.
Reporter: Molly Solomon, KQED

How Will California Cities Spend Federal Funds?

California cities are getting about $8 billion in federal funds as part of the Biden Administration's American Rescue Plan.  But how cities use that money is still to be determined.
Guest: Carolyn Coleman, Executive Director of the League of California Cities

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