Los Angeles Supervisors Push for Reclassification of Marijuana Convictions

We begin in Los Angeles, where supervisors are pushing for the reclassifying of marijuana convictions. This is allowed under Prop 64, which legalized the sale of recreational marijuana, and also allowed for the clearing of old cannabis records.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel

Sexual Harassment Committee Chair Has ‘Real Concern’ That Garcia Allegations will Discredit We Said Enough Movement

Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, who chairs the Assembly Rules Subcommittee on Sexual Harassment Prevention and Response expressed concern that harassment allegations against Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia could hurt the fight against harassment at the Capitol.
Reporter: Katie Orr

Bill Aims to Help Homeless Suffering From Severe Mental Illness, Drug Addiction

Lawmakers from San Francisco and Los Angeles are introducing legislation to give local governments more authority to get people with severe mental health or addiction problems off the streets and into treatment.
Reporter: Scott Shafer

Report: Sacramento Police Collaborated with White Supremacists  After Violent 2016 Rally

An article in The Guardian claims police investigating a white supremacist rally in Sacramento that turned violent in 2016 were more interested in pursuing counter-protesters than pursuing the white supremacists.
Guest: Sam Levin

The California Report 13 February,2018KQED News Staff and Wires

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