Governor Brown says he'll sign a budget with massive cuts and nothing more than the hope that economic recovery will bring new revenues. If that doesn't happen, more cuts will be triggered. What does that mean for education, social services, the justice system and the quality of life in California? Is it really a matter of financial distress—or a very expensive brand of partisan politics? Also, Major League Baseball and Dodgers' owner Frank McCourt face off in bankruptcy court. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the US Supreme Court, business and the First Amendment.
Banner image: Speaker John Pérez with Senator Mark DeSaulnier and Assemblyman Mike Feuer discuss the reform package proposed by Democrats in the Assembly and Senate