KPCC-FM’s “Take Two” interviewed Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School about a proposal to keep net neutrality regulations alive in California and Gov. Jerry Brown’s issues with the congressional tax reform bill.
Today on State of Affairs:
- Acting mayor London Breed takes over in San Francisco after the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee. She inherits a grieving city and several pressing concerns.
- The Federal Communications Commission rolled back net neutrality regulations Thursday. Now, state Senator Scott Wiener says he has a plan to keep them in place in California.
- Governor Jerry Brown’s chief financial advisor has written a letter to California’s congressional delegation detailing Brown’s qualms with the GOP tax plan.