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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Hosted By Beth Ruyak

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Thursday, June 28, 2018 Permalink

Insight: Anthony Kennedy's Resignation / Myths About Homelessness / Rural Homelessness / Poet Dante Pelayo / Dog Party Performs

File / Rich Pedroncelli / AP

A homeless person sleeps on a sidewalk in Sacramento, Calif.,Tuesday, April 23, 2013.

File / Rich Pedroncelli / AP

    Segments

  • Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

    Sacramento Legal Community Reacts To Justice Anthony Kennedy's Retirement Announcement

    Cody Drabble

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his plan to retire from the high court yesterday. McGeorge Law Professor Leslie Jacobs reflects on Justice Kennedy's time on the court, and looks ahead to the confirmation process.

  • Rural Areas Have Different Issues Dealing With Homelessness

    Cody Drabble

    Homelessness doesn’t just happen in the city. We look at how one rural county — Amador — is responding to its own homelessness crisis in the foothills.

  • Cody Drabble / Capital Public Radio

    Dante Pelayo Shares Divine Poetics From The Intersection In Oak Park

    Cody Drabble

    Poet Danté Péläyō shares his experience living in men's shelters and running a pop up book shop in Oak Park.

  • Courtesy of Dog Party

    Dog Party Debuts 'Hit & Run' Before Holy Diver Release Show

    Cody Drabble

    Punk rock sister duo Dog Party debut their sixth full-length record "Hit & Run," before an album release show at Holy Diver this weekend.

  • File / Rich Pedroncelli / AP

    PolitiFact CA: Myths About Homelessness

    Bert Johnson

    PolitiFact reporter Chris Nichols discusses some of the common stereotypes and myths about homelessness in California.

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