Non-Violent Felons to Move from State Prison to County Jail

Hosted by

Governor Brown has signed a new law to keep tens of thousands of non-violent felons in county jails, rather than in hopelessly overcrowded state prisons. LA District Attorney Steve Cooley says, even if the state finds the money to reimburse the counties, that could be a threat to public safety. We talk with Cooley and Brown's Secretary of Corrections, Matthew Cate. Also, is Dodger Stadium a threat to public safety? We look at the aftermath of the near-fatal beating of a Giants' fan on opening day. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, money, Medicare and next year's election.

Banner image: Inmates at Chino State Prison walk past their bunk beds in a gymnasium that was modified to house prisoners on December 10, 2010 in Chino, California. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images