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Patrick McGreevy

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Sacramento-based reporter for the Los Angeles Times 

Patrick McGreevy on KCRW

California lawmakers took the first step in approving a single-payer health care plan.

Single payer. But who pays?

California lawmakers took the first step in approving a single-payer health care plan.

from The Mixer

The state legislature approved a $52 billion infrastructure bill, which means higher gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. We find out where the money will go.

California hikes gas taxes to fix infrastructure

The state legislature approved a $52 billion infrastructure bill, which means higher gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. We find out where the money will go.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

There will be two dozen new California laws next year.

New laws coming to California in 2017

There will be two dozen new California laws next year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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California’s death penalty was dysfunctional, but it did serve one important purpose.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Plans for the high-speed rail project originally meant to connect L.A. and San Francisco - are now derailed. At least, so it seems.

from The Mixer

President Trump’s intelligence team went to Capitol Hill this week for their yearly update to the Congress. But Trump did not like what they said and how it was covered.

from The Mixer

After three days of striking, pressure has increased on both sides to settle the LAUSD teachers strike. The district and the teachers have lost millions of dollars.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Alex Villanueva has a mandate and he does not care who – or what – gets in his way. At least, that’s how the newly minted Sheriff of L.A.

from The Mixer

Some people in Merced had high hopes for the bullet train, but now the Central Valley city will just be the terminus of a train line to nowhere.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

The “Bethel effect” – named after a local church – is transforming the city of Redding in a way that even non-Christians can appreciate.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

LAUSD teachers were picket lines for a second day Tuesday.

from KCRW Features

Public pensions are eating away at California’s future, and a misguided legal precedent is making the situation worse.

from Zócalo's Connecting California