Updated at 1:54 PM
Today on Insight, we're looking at California's new law on eviction protections, the first openly transgender person to be appointed a judge by a governor, and Sac State's student-run radio station, KSSU, celebrates 30 years on the air.
- Manuela Tobias, housing reporter for CalMatters, discusses California’s new law on eviction protections and what this means for tenants and landlords.
- Andi Mudryk discusses being appointed as a judge for the Superior Court of Sacramento County and becoming the first openly transgender person appointed by the governor to the bench in state history.
- CapRadio weekend fill-in host Andrew Garcia discusses KSSU, Sacramento State’s student-run Radio Station celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the position appointed by the governor. It has been corrected