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Best CapRadio podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best CapRadio podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Julia Flynn Siler illuminates San Francisco history with a profile of the residents of a building near Nob Hill. We follow the managers and residents of Mission Home from 1848 through the 1960s. They survived an earthquake and fire, plague and pandemic, political and gang corruption, and racism. “The White Devil’s Daughters” combines history and bi…
 
With the Nevada caucuses in February and California now a Super Tuesday state, the visits of presidential candidates are increasing in frequency. Just yesterday, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was in Stockton and San Francisco. Bloomberg’s San Francisco appearance was with former California Gov. Jerry Brown. CapRadio’s Scott Rodd spok…
 
Public records requests are tricky and can often take weeks, or longer, before a reporter hears back. And sometimes, the request is denied and the reporter is left without vital data. CapRadio’s Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler has submitted records requests for sexual harassment complaint data from the California Legislature, but officials have refu…
 
Members of California’s Congressional delegation are center stage at the House Intelligence Committee impeachment inquiry hearings on Capitol Hill. The chair of the committee is LA area Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff. The ranking Republican member of the same committee is Fresno Rep. Devin Nunes. Other Californians are Democrats: Bay Area Rep. Jackie …
 
In this edition of CapChat, we’ll round up the last week’s fire news, the role Gov. Gavin Newsom has played as citizens’ advocate for those affected by successive power shut-offs, while repeatedly publicly blasting PG&E for lack of investment and not managing vegetation to prevent wildfires. Newsom has also said part of the problem has been a “cozy…
 
California’s state legislative session has finally concluded, with Gov. Gavin Newsom signing bills late into the night on Sunday. Included in the bills the governor signed this term are the country’s strongest protections for renters, expanded health insurance coverage and legislation intended to lower the cost of prescription drugs. Other measures…
 
Democratic presidential candidates Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Former Vice President Joe Biden held dueling rallies in Reno and Carson City Wednesday night. California U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris is due in Nevada today. In a conversation yesterday with CapRadio’s Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler, host Beth Ruyak talked about recent chang…
 
This is the time of the year when bills thrive or die. We’ll have Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler with us to tell us where things stand. Gov. Gavin Newsom and the two houses of the State Legislature spend the winter and spring finalizing a budget, ahead of the key deadline, which is June 15 of every year. California’s fiscal year is July 1 to June 3…
 
This is a big week in the California State Legislature. We’ve reached that point in the calendar where bills must pass the house where they originated. Big items on that list are police use of force and several others. Also, the California Democratic Party Convention is this weekend in San Francisco. Fourteen presidential candidates are slated to a…
 
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