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Nicholas Berggruen talks to Spencer Michels about his efforts to "fix" California. | PBS

Duration: 01:16

Nicolas Berggruen, is spending $20 million to fund a high-powered bipartisan reform panel aimed at addressing California's systemic budget problems. The panel is called Think Long - and plans to collect signatures for a ballot measure that would prescribe reform to California's budget process. In this interview, PBS NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels asks Berggruen why he thinks he can do what three California governors could not. The interview will be featured in a special production of "This Week in Northern California" called "Broken California." It is scheduled to air at 7:30pm on November 11th on KQED 9.

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Post Date: November 7, 2011