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On this weeks show, Valley Public Radio's Rebecca Plevin reports that within 90 days all inmates at risk of catching valley fever in Central California prisons must be relocated. Also on Valley Edition, host Joe Moore chats with Fresno Bee Editorial Page Editor Bill McEwen about local and state politics.


This week on Valley Edition we explore the region through reports and interviews on valley fever, restorative justice in schools, health care, taxes and a Jazz festival in the area.

This week on The Oasis, hear music by Bill Evans, Connie Evingson, Mark Sherman and Pearl Django. 

9:00 – 10:00

Joe Aterman – “Why Do I Love You”- Give Me the Simple Life - Miles High 8619

Sumi Tonooka – “I’m Old Fashioned” – Now-Live at Howland Center – ARC 2369

Bill Evans – “Yesterdays” – Live at Top of the Gate – Resonance 2012

Carol Welsman – “On the Road Again” – Journey – Justin Time 244

Connie Evingson – “Sway” - Sweet Happy Life – Minnehaha Music 2009

Today's special election day edition of Valley Edition features a series of report on government reform, from the state's new top two primary, to effort at pension reform. We'll also hear about the effort to revitalize Fresno's historic but troubled Lowell neighborhood, and a new program for music students from the group JazzFresno.