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"Twelve fifty two on KNX in Sacramento. The Democrats now have a super majority in the legislature and lots of progressives in this state have high hopes they don't start work till the new year, but already sworn in super majority is poised to make many big changes with virtually no GOP opposition. So expect really big things. Maybe I don't think we're going see single payer healthcare, but California Democratic consultant David Townsend says this super majority body will likely pass legislation not that possible before we're going to see a lot of money going into preschool education will the super majority legislature get carried away and while the state's new democratic governor be able to say no to resign party. Charles Feldman, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. It's time for somebody new and for big losses in November. Three men are vying you take over the California GOP one of them ran for governor Travis Allen veteran activist Steve Franken, and there's the party's vice chair, David. Hadley and whoever wins is facing all of this. The Democrats have a supermajority in Sacramento Republican holds statewide office and the registration numbers. Keep falling Republicans need to do a better job at the mechanics of campaigning. Identifying voters turning them up about political analyst, Jack Pitney of Claremont McKenna college who says the trouble is that can only take you. So far the party here has a split those who openly support President Trump and those who want the messaging to steer clear. One thing to watch for is a recession. The other side has the control if things get bad. They're to blame. If the Democrats mess up California government at that will be an opportunity. Mike simpson. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Uber is joining lifting tickling it's ready to go public in twenty nineteen. Neither Uber nor lift is profitable. But auto industry analyst, Alan Baum says that does not bother investors who may be looking to the long term potential of autonomous ride hailing vehicles, a huge coda out there is autonomy. And if you can remove the driver from. Vehicle obviously that takes a huge cost out the initial public. Offerings are expected to be record breakers with Uber reportedly seeking a one hundred twenty billion dollar valuation,."