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KQED | This Week: News Panel for March 9, 2012 | PBS

Duration: 12:07

Thousands of students and demonstrators made their voices heard on the steps of the Capitol in Sacramento to protest steadily rising fees and increased cuts, while calling for support of a "millionaire's tax" on the November ballot. A lawsuit filed against Secretary of State Debra Bowen seeks to restore voting rights to the state's 85000 jail inmates and released prisoners on probation who have been shifted from the state prison system to county jails and supervision under realignment. The national tsunami warning system may lose nearly half of its federal funding, just a year after the devastating 9.0 earthquake and tsunami in Japan that caused $58 million in damage to several harbors along the northern California coast which were struck by the surging waves. Guests: Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News

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Post Date: March 10, 2012