LA officials are giving homeowners an incentive to build a small unit on their property for a homeless person. We talk about how that’s worked in Seattle with a woman who’s done it.
Would you house a homeless person in your backyard?
From this Episode:
What it means for California if Kevin McCarthy becomes House Speaker
House Speaker Paul Ryan announced today that he plans to leave Congress at the end of this year. Ryan’s decision opens a leadership vacuum as Republicans head into the...
7 min, 22 sec
Pros and cons of a new bill on setting health care prices in California
In California, a new bill would allow the state to set prices for healthcare, including doctor’s appointments, surgery and hospital stays. Those prices would be based off...
9 min, 21 sec
What it's like to house a homeless person in your backyard
LA City and County officials are encouraging homeowners to build tiny houses in their backyards and rent them to a homeless person. The county will give people a $75,000...
7 min, 32 sec
'Wild, Wild Country' and the cult that moved to Oregon
The new Netflix series “Wild, Wild Country” follows Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, a guru who had a following in the small Indian city of Puna. He wore long robes and talked about...
15 min, 18 sec