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Statewide composting mandate goes into effect in Sacramento. State bill seeks to alleviate the college student housing shortage by taking aim at an environmental law. A conversation with Vanessa Hua about her new book “Forbidden City.”
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Manola Secaira shares her reporting on a new law beginning in July aimed at decreasing food waste and greenhouse gas emissions in California that's coming into play in Sacramento County and what residents need to know.
- Michelle Andrews, Vice-Chair of Government Relations for the University of California Student Association and an undergraduate student at UC Davis, talks about the implementation and impact of CEQA rules on student housing. David Ramirez, Pasadena City College student trustee and UCLA transfer student talks to us about his findings with students in Southern California who struggle with housing.
- CapRadio Host Donna Apidone shares her conversation with journalist and author Vanessa Hua about her second novel, “Forbidden City.”
- We revisit a conversation with Photographer Enoch Ku who discusses his latest Ordinary Sacramento project, a photography book “My Neighborhood Rosemont, CA,” which is a love letter to the neighborhood where he grew up.