California Lawmakers' Free Trip to Hawaii

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Starting this weekend, 20 members of California's Assembly and Senate are getting five days at a five-star resort in Hawaii — paid for by special interests with legislative business. It's an annual junket. As always, the agenda is secret, but Democrats as well as Republicans are invited, so it's called "bipartisan." public disclosure's required until March of next year. What's going on?

Later on the program, Sea World in San Diego says the show with Shamu and the rest of the killer whales is going to be phased out.  



Warren Olney