The California State University system announced students and staff across all campuses must get their COVID-19 vaccine before returning to school grounds as soon as the vaccine receives FDA approval; we hear about how Chancellor Joseph Castro came to that decision. Senator Alex Padilla also joins the show to discuss his transition to representing the most diverse state in the country. Plus, recapping recent recall campaign events, and boating guidelines at Folsom Lake ahead of Mother’s Day.
- California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro explains the CSU system’s decision to require a COVID-19 vaccine for all students and employees who want to return to campus once there is FDA approval
- Sen. Alex Padilla reflects on his first 105 days in office as a freshman in Congress and what he has planned for the rest of his tenure
- CapRadio Politics Reporter and California State of Mind co-host Nicole Nixon recaps recent campaign events for Governor Newsom and John Cox as the state prepares for a recall election
- Folsom Lake Supervising Ranger Eric Dales talks about COVID-19 and boating restrictions at the lake ahead of Mother’s Day weekend