Posts Tagged: Aisha Wahab
Capitol Weekly editor Rich Ehisen with Susannah Delano of Close the Gap
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: Susannah Delano, Executive Director at Close the Gap California, joined us to talk about the work of identifying and preparing women to run for elected office, and about the very real challenges women face when they choose to enter public life.
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The last time our state innovated in this regard was in 1913 with the Alien Law Land Law, which targeted Japanese, but also applied to Chinese, Koreans and South Asians to deny them rights to land.
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Sen. Aisha Wahab’s Senate Bill 573 would have originally prohibited legislative staff from working for lobbying firms for two years after leaving the capitol.
Lindsey Holden, Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, Alex Lantsberg, Shanti Singh, Debra Carlton and Assemblymember Alex Lee. Photo by Scott Duncan, Capitol Weekly.
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: This Special Episode of the Capitol Weekly Podcast was recorded live at Capitol Weekly’s Conference on Housing, which was held in Sacramento at the California Endowment Conference Center on Thursday, March 9, 2023. This is Panel 3: The State of the Rental Market.
CAPITOL WEEKLY PODCAST: Longtime politics oppo research specialist Joe Rodota has lately turned his skills toward historical events and storytelling, first with a book on the Watergate complex, The Watergate: Inside America’s Most Infamous Address, and now with a new podcast, Hillside: The Investigation and Trial of the Hillside Strangler.