Neera Tanden

Center for American Progress

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President and CEO of the Center for American Progress Center for American Progress Action Fund; senior policy advisor to then-Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, she served in both the Obama and Clinton Administrations

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Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a six-point plan to reopen California on Tuesday.

Will Gov. Newsom’s 6-point plan to reopen California work?

Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a six-point plan to reopen California on Tuesday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On Monday, Donald Trump delivered  his economic plan  to the Detroit Economic Club, promising a room full of suits that he'll cut taxes across the board.

It's Clinton's turn to attack Trumponomics

On Monday, Donald Trump delivered his economic plan to the Detroit Economic Club, promising a room full of suits that he'll cut taxes across the board.

from To the Point

Barack Obama is still on vacation in Hawaii, but it's definitely a working holiday as he and a handful of close advisors are preparing for the year ahead.

A New Year, a New Congress…a New Obama?

Barack Obama is still on vacation in Hawaii, but it's definitely a working holiday as he and a handful of close advisors are preparing for the year ahead.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Californians can’t smoke green and buy grub at cannabis lounges under current law. A new bill could change that. Plus, could other states start to buy CA weed?

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With eviction cases on the rise, LA City Council is weighing a law that would guarantee legal representation for those fighting to stay housed.

from Greater LA

LA Mayor Karen Bass talks about her first three months on the job, including her work to address homeless and housing, plus safety and policing on public transit.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Two years after police cleared a large homeless camp and the city fenced Echo Park Lake amid massive protests, a new council member wants to bring down the chain link barrier.

from Greater LA

Cop City Atlanta is a privately funded, local community surveillance campus that has already taken the life of one protestor as a harbinger of the police state on the horizon.

from Scheer Intelligence

Panelists discuss the Georgia special grand jury’s preliminary report over the 2020 election probe, how the U.S.

from Left, Right & Center

Author Alex Prud’homme explores the appetites of more than two dozen U.S. presidents in “Dinner with the President: Food, Politics, and a History of Breaking Bread at the White House.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Three decades after bringing “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992” to the stage, Anna Deavere Smith returns with a new cast and expanded vision.

from Greater LA

As LA County Sheriff’s deputies try to move homeless veterans to shelters, tragedy strikes the camp, revealing the limits of what law enforcement can really do.

from City of Tents: Veterans Row