The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 1, 2005

7:00
Prop 75 – Public Employee Union Dues: Restrictions on Political
Contributions: Employee Consent Requirement. Eric Beach, communications director for the Yes on 75 Committee; Mark Skeen, San Jose firefighter, member of Local 230, working with No on 75 campaign.

7:30
Public School Teachers Waiting Period for Permanent Status: Dismissal
Initiative Prop 74. Eric Heins, school teacher in Contra Costa County.

8:00
Stanley "Tookie" Williams faces execution Dec. 13. Barbara Becnel, Tookie Williams’s advocate for many years and co-author with Tookie of several books, (Life in Prison, Gangs and the Abuse of
Power
, Blue Rage, Black Redemption: A Memoir);
Stephanie Faucher, Program Director for Death Penalty Focus.

8:30
The news cycle out of Washington DC, indictments and Supreme Court
nominee, Samuel Alito. Mitch Jesserich, Washington correspondent for Free Speech Radio News; Marcus Raskin, John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for The Nation Magazine.

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