Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell takes on a number of measures on the California ballot this November. On Prop. 64 Marijuana…he says today’s pot is much more potent than yesterday's. On Prop 57, he says it puts people back on the street who commit violent crimes. Plus, he talks about the current state of law enforcement. Is law enforcement is under attack?, NBC4’s Conan Nolan asks?
Will the Measure JJJ make Los Angeles affordability crisis much worse? We have a debate. Representing the Yes on Measure JJJ is Cynthia Strathmann, the Executive Director with Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE). Representing No on Measure JJJ is Ruben Gonzales, Senior Adviser with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
A look back at this week’s political highlights including the Al Smith’s dinner. It’s supposed to be a friendly roast. But what Donald Trump said exposed more of the real Trump. There is no brake pedal when it comes to Donald Trump, says Chuck Todd of Meet the Press. Plus, Arizona’s dramatic flip to a blue state. Conan asks about any more ‘October Surprises”?
LA Police Commission President Matthew Johnson talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about the recent changes in police protocol dealing with officer involved shootings. The police union says the commission is buckling to the demands of the citizens' group.. Black Lives Matter. Commission President Johnson responds.