State legislators will lose their pay if no budget has passed by Wednesday of this week, and the prospect of newly redrawn district boundaries just might get some Republicans to cross the line. Those new district boundaries, drawn by an independent commission, may require the GOP to reinvent itself. But did the commission do all it could to accommodate the growth of the state's Latino and Asian populations? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, weird weather and climate change.
New Political Lines Will Hang Republicans Out to Dry
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Weird Weather and Climate Change
This year — and the past decade — have seen an increase in human catastrophes caused by unusually "extreme weather" of different kinds. Arizona's wildfires are the result of...
27 min, 3 sec
What's Next for California's Republican Party?
The political website Calbuzz calls "reapportionment" the " most hated word " in politics and says reports about it amount to "eat your spinach journalism." But when you put...
18 min, 59 sec