Trump’s taxes; What criminal justice reform bills Gov Newsom did and didn’t sign; Plus stories from the Glass Fire: how the evacuations are impacting seniors, ag workers and day laborers

California State Legislature (Photo: Flickr)

0:08 – Stories from the Glass Fire: Anne Johnson

The Glass Fire has forced an estimated 70,000 to evacuate, including some 4,500 residents of Santa Rosa’s Oakmont Neighborhood, mostly seniors. KPFA’s Corinne Smith (@Cocoluces) went to evacuation sites to see how they’re doing. Here’s Anne Johnson, 83, of Oakmont. 

0:15 – Trump’s tax returns: a presidential sized con

David Cay Johnston, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist expert on the tax system, and founder of dcreport.org.  He’s been covering Donald Trump for nearly three decades.

0:30 – The criminal justice reform bills Newsom did and didn’t sign.

Alexei Kossof (@akoseff) state capitol reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle.

1:08 – Breonna Taylor: Prosecutor delays release of Grand Jury transcripts — how does this work?

Lara Bazelon (@larabazelon) associate professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she directs the Criminal & Juvenile Justice and Racial Justice Clinics.

1:30 – What the Glass Fire’s doing to Ag Workers and Day Laborers

Christy Lubin is executive director of the Graton Day Labor Center.

Omar Paz is Lead Organizer with North Bay Jobs with Justice.

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