DiFi’s Exit Marks End of an Era in California Politics
Scott and Marisa talk about the controversial firing of Oakland’s police chief before reflecting on the career of Senator Dianne Feinstein, who announced this week that she won’t be running for another term in 2024. And Shira Stein, Washington correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle, joins to discuss reaction to Feinstein’s retirement in D.C. and Feinstein’s legacy on gun control.
A longtime advocate for Latino farmworkers and families in California’s coastal communities is heading to the U.S. Capitol this week to attend President Biden’s State of the Union address.
“I hope that my trip to Washington will be another opportunity to fight for change,” said Dr. Belinda Hernandez-Arriaga, founder and executive director of Ayudando Latinos a Soñar (ALAS), a social services nonprofit based in Half Moon Bay, where a gunman last month killed seven farmworkers in what authorities believe was an incident of extreme workplace violence.