David Hayes

Department of the Interior (formerly)

Guest

Visiting lecturer in law at Stanford Law School; Former Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Interior (2009-2013, 1997–2001)

David Hayes on KCRW

Two major rainstorms are expected in California starting tomorrow and continuing through the weekend.

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Two major rainstorms are expected in California starting tomorrow and continuing through the weekend.

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