Push For Guaranteed Income / Equality Act, Long Beach Lifeguard Tower Burning / Solving Decades-Old Serial Killer Case
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In this photo taken Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, Susie Garza displays the city provided debit card she receives monthly through a trial program in Stockton, Calif.
AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli
A growing number of Northern California cities are experimenting with minimum guaranteed income; we speak with former Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs, who helped spearhead the movement. Also, we’re joined by a reporter who’s trying to solve a decades-old serial killer case, and the perpetrator could still be alive.
- Former Mayor of Stockton Michael Tubbs discusses the push by city leaders in California to experiment with minimum basic income programs similar to what he initiated years ago
- Equality California Managing Director Tony Hoang explains the details of the Equality Act in Congress
- Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia talks about the recent burning of a lifeguard tower painted with Pride colors and why he thinks the incident was a hate crime
- San Francisco Chronicle Reporter Kevin Fagan with his new Podcast, The Doodler, and why remembering the era in which these murders took place help shine a light on LGBTQ struggles over the decades