After years of slashing budgets and political gridlock, is California finally headed in the right direction? A politically diverse panel of California leaders discusses what our priorities should be now that there's light at the end of the tunnel. It's a round-table discussion, hosted by Scott Shafer and recorded on February 20, 2013 at KQED Public Radio.
Panelists include Maria Blanco, vice president for civic engagement, California Community Foundation; Ben Duran, president and CEO of the Great Valley Center; Louis Freedberg, executive director of EdSource; Ellen Hanak, co-director of research and senior fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California; JakadaImani, executive director of the Ella Baker Center; Susan Kennedy, senior policy adviser with Alston & Bird; Evan Low, mayor of the City of Campbell; AbelMaldonado, 48th lieutenant governor of California; Joe Mathews, California editor for Zocalo Public Square; and Carol Whiteside, partner with California Strategies.
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