Rep. Karen Bass on digital DNC, mail-in voting, unemployment

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U.S. Representative Karen Bass (D-CA) speaking at a press conference about H.R.7573, proposed legislation to remove all statues of individuals who voluntarily served the Confederate states of America from display in the United States Capitol. July 22, 2020. Photo by Michael Brochstein/Sipa USA.

The Democratic National Convention kicks off tonight in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where speakers will be virtually addressing audiences who are watching from home. Rep. Karen Bass, who represents parts of West and South LA, would usually be at that packed convention hall. Bass talks to KCRW about the convention, mail-in voting, coronavirus-related federal aid, calls to defund the police, and Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate. 



Jarrett Hill