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SFMTA's Jeffrey Tumlin | CA Gun Violence

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California Gun Violence

Multiple waves of gun violence have left at least 25 people dead in four mass shootings over two weeks, from Southern California to the Bay Area. While the motives behind the shootings are varied and murky, the trail of devastation left behind in the wake of these tragedies is clear. We focus on the violence and rise in gun ownership in the AAPI community. 

 

Guests:

  • Madi Bolaños, KQED co-host of The California Report
  • Guy Marzorati, KQED politics and government reporter
  • Varun Nikore, AAPI Victory Alliance executive director 

 

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SFMTA Director of Transportation

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, commonly known as Muni, is already dealing with lower revenues caused by the pandemic. With the agency still in recovery mode, will San Francisco's looming budget shortfall threaten them further? We discuss this time of change with SFMTA Director of Transportation Jeffrey Tumlin.

 

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