The recall election to remove California Gov. Gavin Newsom is on!?Proponents of the recall have submitted enough signatures to put the recall on the ballot.?No date has been set yet, but the vote may come by November.?Now we have to see how many people will jump into the race to replace and how does the state change over the course of the next few months.?Taryn Luna, reporter at the LA Times, joins us for how the recall circus back in California.
Next, on Monday we heard that the Supreme Court will be hearing a major Second Amendment case that could impact gun laws for years to come.?They will be hearing a case out of New York in the next term that has to do a law restricting the ability to carry concealed handguns in public.?Ian Milhiser, senior correspondent at Vox, joins us for what to know about this case and how the conservative majority in the court may impact the decision.
Finally, we know that women and especially mothers of school-aged children have had a tough time when it comes to staying in the workforce.?Now, we have some numbers, Nearly 1.5 million mothers are still missing from the workforce compared to last year at the beginning of the pandemic.?Two big factors driving those numbers, are access to child care and the demands of the home and virtual schooling for kids.?Katie Riley, reporter at the WSJ, joins us for more.
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