Governor Gavin Newsom Calls For California Ban On Gas-Fueled Cars By 2035, Local County Reopening Updates, Sound Advice With Jennifer Reason
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An electric car share charges in Downtown Sacramento Thursday, April 30, 2020.
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Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday banning the sale of all gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035; we discuss what you need to know. A pair of local county health leaders check-in as more areas move toward reopening schools and businesses, and we’ll listen to music with CapRadio Midday Classical Announcer, Jennifer Reason.
CapRadio Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero with the latest on the new executive order banning the sale of all gasoline-powered vehicles in California by 2035
Sierra Club California Director Kathryn Phillips on the why the executive order is a step in the right direction and what more needs to be done
California Senate Minority Leader Shannon Grove (R) explains why Governor Newsom’s order is a negative move right now
Sacramento County Department of Health Services Director Dr. Peter Beilenson checks-in on how Sacramento County is faring with COVID-19 and a forthcoming plan for reopenings
Nevada County Interim Health Officer Dr. Richard Johnson on the County’s progression into the orange, or ‘moderate,’ tier of reopenings
CapRadio Midday Classical Announcer Jennifer Reason previews the station’s music special “A Tour To Remember with the Sacramento Choral Society”