NBC4’s Conan Nolan and Meet the Press' Chuck Todd on next weekend’s second presidential debate.. a re-match between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Plus, Todd discusses with the news phenomenon where 40% of country does not care what anyone thinks. They just want to burn Washington down, says Todd
Proposition 64, the legalization of marijuana in California is a hot button issue in this November election. It’s a complicated prop...the wording is 62 pages alone. But question is simple. Should the recreational use marijuana be legal? We have a debate. Who do you believe? NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with Jason Kinney who represents ”Yes on Prop 64” and Andrew Acosta who represents “No on Prop. 64
Proposition 56 is on the November ballot. It would cigarette and other tobacco prices by $2. We have a debate. NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with both sides of the issue. Jim Knox with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network represents ”Yes on Prop 56”. David Spady with Americans for Prosperity represents “No on Prop. 56”.
Proposition 54 is on the California ballot this November. It seeks to change the way the California legislature does business . Here’s what it would do: It would require any bill in the legislature to be published 72 hours before it is voted on, its proceedings to be videotaped and posted on-line and it allows the public to record those proceedings. NBC4's Conan Nolan talks to both sides. On the "Yes on Prop. 54" we have the executive director of California Common Cause Kathay Feng. On the "No on Prop. 54" we have Steve Maviglio former press secretary for Governor Gray Davis and now political consultant.
Chuck Todd of Meet the Press talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about this past week's political developments. Polls show Donald Trump has become very competitive. Has he become a more conventional candidate?? The birther issue has come up again. But has Trump done enough, asks Todd. The first debate is next month. Who will benefit the most?