(INSIDE CALIFORNIA POLITICS) — FOX40’s Nikki Laurenzo talks with Los Angeles Occasions’ Sacramento bureau chief John Myers and CalMatters writer Emily Hoeven about Meeting Member Lorena Gonzalez’s transfer to guide the California Labor Federation and the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Lorena Gonzalez goes to proceed to be an influence in California politics, however she will probably be doing it again the place she began, which is within the ranks of organized labor,” Myers stated.
Hoeven additionally mentioned the brand new technique from state leaders surrounding the coronavirus.
“We’re beginning to see the state subtly shift its messaging round COVID,” Hoeven stated.
Meyers additionally talked about Larry Elder’s choice to not run for California governor.
“He’s going to be a political pressure, however he’s simply not going to be a candidate for Governor,” Myers stated.
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