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In Sacramento, Governor Jerry Brown has been consumed by a political hot spot: a midnight Thursday deadline to tell a federal court how he's going to reduce prison crowding. The governor says the inmate population has already been significantly reduced. But the court says that isn't good enough. So, at the last minute, a defiant Brown gave the court his plan. Host Scott Shafer finds out what comes next from Michael Montgomery, reporter for KQED and the Center for Investigative Reporting.