Convicted felon Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow has accused San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and other city hall officials of accepting bribes. Chow was indicted last year as part of a federal criminal investigation that ended the career of a prominent San Francisco politician, former state senator Leland Yee. Newsroom takes a closer look at the allegations Chow's attorneys have made.
• Marisa Lagos, KQED Politics and Government Reporter
• Professor Rory Little, Hastings College of Law
Arnold Schwarzenegger rode into the governor's office on a promise of putting California's fiscal house in order. But when the smoke cleared, it was evident he left behind a serious debt hangover. This week California taxpayers are finally off the hook for a debt that has loomed for more than a decade. KQED politics and government desk editor John Myers shows just how much it cost.