Probe Into PG&E Fire Victim Trust / PPIC State Gun Law Survey / Athlete Mental Health Wellness / Woodland Robotics Team
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Survivors of the 2018 Camp Fire gather in Paradise, Calif. May 22, 2021 to protest runaway overhead expenses by the PG&E Fire Victim Trust.
Lily Jamali / KQED
A bipartisan group of lawmakers asked the Attorney General’s office to issue a probe into PG&E’s Fire Victim Trust meant to compensate wildfire survivors; we talk with the reporter who investigated the handling of the funds. Plus, a Woodland robotics team made it to the semi-finals of a national competition and the students behind the project explain how it works.
- KQED’s The California Report Co-host Lily Jamali brings her latest reporting on the probe into the PG&E Fire Victim Trust and the investigation that brought it on
- Public Policy Institute of California Survey Analyst Rachel Lawler gives us the details on their survey surrounding California’s gun laws
- Former Olympic sprinter and Sac State coach Kimberly Graham Miller and former Olympic swimmer Jeff Float talk about mental health as an athlete and how they teach balancing the sport with mental wellness
- A Woodland Robotics team has made it to the semifinal of an international competition. We’ll learn about their creation and how it can help users with their exercise routine