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Raymond Chow Verdict, California Budget, Gig Economy

Special | 28m 3s

After just two days of deliberation, a federal jury convicted Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow of 162 counts, including racketeering, corruption and murder. Gov. Jerry Brown released a new state budget this week. It's estimated that 22 percent of Americans have offered some kind of goods or services in the so-called gig economy.

Aired: 01/08/16

Rating: NR

Video has closed captioning.