For Tuesday's Insight, we hear about the Assembly's decision on farmworker overtime and CapRadio reporter Julia Mitric's story on it. NPR White House reporter Tamara Keith also joins us and we hear about the Crocker Art Museum's film series.
Farmworkers landed a decisive victory when the Assembly voted in favor of a bill that would expand overtime pay for farmers. With us Tuesday is Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler to talk about the implications of the bill passing.
CapRadio food and sustainability reporter Julia Mitric has spent time following California farmworkers in their daily workflow. She joins Insight to talk about her feature story examining how expanded farmworker overtime would help with production.
NPR White House reporter Tamara Keith has returned to Sacramento this week to speak at the Sacramento Press Club. We’ll talk with her about what it’s like to be on the road with a presidential candidate and how this election is different from others.
The Crocker Art Museum will conclude its "Adult Summer CAMP!" series Thursday with. With us to talk about the end is historian and film lover Jacob Greenberg. He'll go over the community's reaction to the summer-long series.