Yesterday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law increasing the pay during family leave in the state. We hear from the lawmaker behind the measure. Then, today is Equal Pay Day. Where are we on the male-female pay gap? This fall, there’s a good chance Californians will vote to legalize pot. What could it mean for the business sector? After that, a look at the influence of the surfing documentary “The Endless Summer” 50 years after its release. And finally, Kobe Bryant retires after his final game tomorrow with the L.A. Lakers.
Expanding Paid Family Leave, and ‘The Endless Summer’ at 50
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California Expands Paid Family Leave
Is paid family leave the new front in the fight over worker benefits? Last week, Governor Jerry Brown signed the $15 minimum wage bill. Yesterday he increased family leave...
Equal Pay Day
Today is Equal Pay Day, created 20 years ago to call attention to the gap in wages between men and women. It would take an extra four months to this day for a woman to equal...
Inside California's Pot Industry
Chances are good that Californians will vote to legalize pot this November. A proposed ballot measure has wide support. Twenty years ago, Californians approved the measure...
‘The Endless Summer’ at 50
“The Endless Summer” is a 1960s documentary about surfing that changed the surfing world. It helped turn surfing into an international sport and a big business. Today we...