On this week’s show:
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers heard arguments from lawyers for the Drakes Bay Oyster Company as to why she should issue a restraining order against Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar. Cameras were not allowed in the courtroom. We have reactions from several people who were there.
A plan to remove a non-native species of European Beachgrass causes sand to blow onto cattle ranges in West Marin causing problem for ranchers on the coast.
Also, a plan to eliminate the pedestrian and bike overpass at Lucky Drive stirs up local concerns.
Jonathan Frieman talked with Seriously Now’s Kelly O’Mara about his decision to drive in the carpool lane with corporation papers on his passenger seat in the place of a “person”. Are you ready for the Bobblehead?
Dan Epstein appears via Skype interview clarifying his motives and connections while helping Drake’s Bay Oyster Company owners in their lawsuit against Salazar. Answers questions: Did he really work for the Koch Brothers? With Issa?
Reactions to Friday’s hearing from Amber Abassi, Cause of Actions’s Chief Counsel, Kevin Lunny and Amy Trainer, key spokesperson opposing the continuation of the oyster farm.