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Episode 33: Panic in Utopia

California gubernatorial candidate, Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom speaks at a campaign rally in Burbank, California, May 30, 2018. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

In this episode, David and Will discuss discuss Gavin Newsom’s “Marshall Plan” for California; a state court decision to allow assisted suicide; a November proposition to split California into three states; Berkeley’s declaration that climate change is worse than World War II; and a new state law that will leave you feeling so dirty. Intro music by Metalachi, the LA-based mariachi/metal band.

Contact
David Bahnsen, davidbahnsen@gmail.com 
Will Swaim, will@calpolicycenter.org

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How would Gavin Newsom pay for his promises?
Voters will decide if California should be split into three states
California’s new water rationing law is a tax in disguise 
Berkeley’s climate change solution: population control

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