- Making News: Schwarzenegger Groping Allegations
In Sacramento today, Bill Lockyer told reporters he advised Arnold Schwarzenegger that allegations of groping women -are not going to go away.- He said the Governor-elect was -very concerned- and -willing to have some form of independent third-party review.- Late today, Schwarzenegger-s communications director Rob Stuzman told reporters that the Attorney General had violated -the attorney client privilege.- Loyola Law professor Laurie Levinson examines the issue of attorney-client privilege.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Supermarket Strike
Now in its fourth week, with no end in sight, the supermarket strike is having obvious effects on the grocery chains and striking workers. But the most vulnerable Southern Californians - poor families and the elderly - may be affected as well. KCRW-s Matt Holzman has the story.