Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan

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Although his career as Mayor of Los Angeles will end when James Hahn is sworn in on Monday, 71-year old Richard Riordan may not be ready for political retirement. He's just returned from Washington, where President Bush and White House aides have again reportedly encouraged him to challenge Gray Davis in next year's gubernatorial campaign. Tonight, in his last week at City Hall, we'll talk to the Mayor about his legacy in Los Angeles and his possible future statewide.
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Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Frances Anderton