Murder Charges in Sacramento Mass Shooting | Sen. Padilla Responds to Leaked Supreme Court Draft Opinion | USC Sex Abuse Settlement Involving LGBTQ+ Students | Yolo Food Bank “Flipping the Food System”
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Mourners light candles in the shape of Sergio Harris' initials on 10th and K Street in Downtown Sacramento, on Monday, April 4, 2022.
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Murder charges filed in Sacramento’s deadly mass shooting. Sen. Alex Padilla discusses efforts to protect abortion rights. USC settles sex abuse lawsuit with former LGBTQ+ students. Yolo Food Bank’s initiative to support farm and food system workers.
- CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks updates the murder charges filed in Sacramento’s deadly K Street mass shooting.
- Sen. Alex Padilla (D) responds to the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.
- Mikayla Kellogg and Kelly Van Aken, partners at Kellogg & Van Aken LLP, discuss reaching an undisclosed settlement with USC following a lawsuit on behalf of 80 former USC students, the vast majority who identify as male and LGBTQ+, who allege a former USC physician sexually abused them. The university did not admit fault in the settlement.
- Yolo Food Bank Executive Director Michael Bisch joins us to talk about the food bank’s “Flipping the Food System” initiative, a program that helps address the needs of farmworkers and other food system workers.