California Eviction Protections | Transgender Judge’s Historic Appointment | Sac State Student Radio Station Celebrates 30th Anniversary
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In this Jan 25, 2021 file photo demonstrators calling for lawmakers and Gov. Gavin Newsom to pass rent forgiveness and stronger eviction protections legislation, gathered in front of the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif.
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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