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#DamienTalks 24: Ryan Price and CalBike’s Legislative Report Cards

11:00 AM PST on November 6, 2015

Today #DamienTalks with Ryan Price, Campaigns Director for California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike), about CalBike's recently released legislative report card.

Of course Long Beach's Assemblymember gets a 100% and a cool picture. Typical.
Of course Long Beach's Assemblymember gets a 100% and a cool picture. Typical.
Of course Long Beach's Assemblymember gets a 100% and a cool picture. Typical.

Look up how your legislator did, here. Don't know who represents you in Sacramento? Click here. For more information on CalBike, visit CalBike.org.

In addition to scoring the candidates, CalBike produced some meme-friendly pictures with every legislator's score. In the interview we cover a couple of topics:

    • Why there appears to be a partisan divide on scoring, despite the reality that bicycling-friendly legislation seems to be gaining bi-partisan support.
    • CalBike's goals for the current "special session" on transportation going on right now.
    • And last, what to do if your legislator's meme-picture is a boring headshot instead of a cool bikeshot.

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Thanks for listening. You can download the episode at the Damien Talks homepage on Libsyn.

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