This year’s legislative session is about to come to an end, and lobbyists are packing state capitol hallways. Frantic legislators are amending old bills with new language, which will be voted on even though it’s never been read. Meantime, the State Budget has not been passed, and it may not be until after Governor Schwarzenegger leaves office next year. Also, the parking lots of the future. On our rebroadcast of today’s To the Point, even in what's called this "summer of discontent," yesterday's primaries in Arizona, Florida and Alaska were especially nasty. We ask what the results could mean for November.
Banner image: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses the budget, August 24, 2010.