Podcast: The Road Ahead

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As the great Yogi Berra once said, "When you come to a fork in the road, take it."

There are some forks in the road ahead for Governor Jerry Brown and his backers of a budget balanced, in part, with a new temporary tax increase.

And a fork in the road right here and now for your weekly aural dish on California politics.

On this week's Capital Notes Podcast, I'm joined by Anthony York of the Los Angeles Times and Marisa Lagos of the San Francisco Chronicle to talk about the road ahead for the tax measure and the governor.

This is, as I'll describe in detail later today here on the blog, the final podcast for the time being. Consider it a pause, perhaps, for a personnel reboot. In any event, we hope it'll tide our loyal listeners (and your emails really make it clear, you're loyal) until the next chapter begins here on the blog.

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About John Myers

John Myers is senior editor of KQED's new California Politics & Government Desk. He has covered California politics for most of the past two decades, serving previously as Sacramento bureau chief for KQED News and most recently as political editor for KXTV News10 (ABC) in Sacramento. In 2014, he was named one of the nation's top statehouse reporters by The Washington Post. Follow him on Twitter @johnmyers.
  • http://twitter.com/galluptom Tom Gallup

    Thanks John! i’ve enjoyed the witty banter about the politics of CA for several years. you’ll be missed.

  • Dbrekke

    Little-known absolutely true fact: Where Yogi Berra lived in Montclair, New Jersey, you could take either fork in the road into his neighborhood and get to his house. 

  • http://blogs.kqed.org/capitalnotes John Myers, KQED

    And that, folks, is why Dan Brekke (the author of this comment) is a rare gem inside the KQED newsroom!

  • http://blogs.kqed.org/capitalnotes John Myers, KQED

    Thanks, Tom. Follow me on Twitter @johnmyers and I’ll keep you posted on where it goes from here. And keep checking back here on Capital Notes…the political analysis will return once my seat is filled!