- Making News: Governor Davis on Coastal Commission, Budget
Courts have ruled that California-s Coastal Commission is violates the Constitution-s separation of powers because Assembly and Senate can hire and fire their appointees at will, giving the Legislature too much authority over an executive body. Governor Davis has signed a bill designed to save the Commission. Davis talks about his attempts to save the Commission, pass a budget, and address local homeland security.
- Reporter's Notebook: Presidents and Anti-War Protestors
Few presidents have faced the massive street demonstrations we-ve seen in the past weeks to protest President Bush-s plans for possible war in Iraq. Protesters filled the streets when Ronald Reagan put missiles in Europe, and the nuclear freeze movement also turned out massive crowds. The biggest of all occurred during the Vietnam War. Presidential counselor John Dean takes us inside the Nixon White House. (This segment was originally broadcast February 18 on To the Point.)