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Arnold Schwarzenegger crusades world wide against global warming, but in Sacramento this year he scored 100% for business.  Since he won the recall election, he has vetoed bills passed by Democrats at a higher rate than Pete Wilson, George Deukmejian or even Ronald Reagan.  But Republicans are furious. One consultant says, “He switched parties.  He just didn’t re-register.” Also, an update on the producers, the Writers Guild and residuals. 

Producers:
Frances Anderton
Katie Cooper

Making News Writers Strike: Will They or Won't They? 8 MIN, 32 SEC

With a strike ballots due day after tomorrow, the Writers Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have been bad-mouthing each others proposals and motivations. One increasingly emotional issue is residuals. Today, the producers made what could be a major concession.

Guests:
Kim Masters, host, 'The Business' (@kimmasters)

Main Topic Governor Signs Bills 16 MIN, 11 SEC

Since Arnold Schwarzenegger became Governor four years ago, liberal Democrats have dominated the legislature. This year's session formally came to an end Sunday night, when he finished signing or vetoing the 964 bills that were passed and sent to his desk.

Guests:
Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee (@WaltersBee)
Arnold Steinberg, Republican political strategist
Bill Bradley, New West Notes

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