On this episode of Inside the Issues we circle back on topics we have discussed and give updates to those topics.

California leaders have clashed with President Trump over a variety of issues including fuel standards, greenhouse gas emissions and immigration. We talk to Cara Horowitz, Co-Executive Director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at UCLA School of Law, about the latest on the battle over fuel standards.

We also talk to Los Angeles Times reporter, Joel Rubin, who joins us with an update on the college admissions scandal.

Zoe McKinney, Immigrants’ Rights Fellow & Attorney, ACLU Foundation of Southern California, gives us the latest on the Trump Administration’s Temporary Status Program (TPS).

And Los Angeles Business Council President Mary Leslie joins us to discuss a poll, commissioned by the LA Business Council Institute and the LA Times, that said 95 percent of people say homelessness is the biggest problem in Los Angeles.

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