Rep. Adam Schiff says Republican Memo Will Mislead the Public

The anticipated release of a controversial memo written by California GOP congressman Devin Nunes could come today. The memo reportedly shows that the FBI unfairly targeted a member of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign during the 2016 campaign. The accuracy of the memo is disputed by the FBI and Los Angeles Congressman Adam Schiff.
Guest: Adam Schiff

Privacy, Abuse of Information At Risk with License Plate Database

Immigration and Custom Enforcement, or ICE,  has access to a huge database of license plate information, provided by a private company. ICE is using this to get around the Sanctuary State law, but it’s not just ICE, some opponents of the database say domestic abusers can get access to this and possibly locate their former partners. That’s despite state laws which have been enacted to protect victims of domestic abuse.
Guest: Dave Maass

Newsom Takes Big Fundraising Lead in Governor’s Race

The two leading candidates for Governor stopped by KQED yesterday to make their pitch to voters.  The visit by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa came a day after campaign finance reports showed a clear leader in fundraising.
Reporter: Katie Orr

Effort to Train Bystanders in Emergency Situations Comes to Oakland Hospital

CPR and First Aid. These are trainings you need to help people in a medical emergency, like when someone passes out on a bus. But what if that emergency is a mass shooting like what happened in Las Vegas or San Bernadino?
Reporter: Laura Klivans

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