The U.S. Treasury Department, already working with GM on bankruptcy plans, has now directed Chrysler to prepare a filing by next week. Both automakers are currently being kept afloat with government backing as the Obama administration struggles to redesign the American car model. Ford, the only Detroit hold-out, narrowly beat its forecast this last quarter despite lower sales. Meanwhile, the threat of a government takeover of the auto industry has some pension experts warning of lowered benefits for retired workers. We'll get the latest from Detroit.
AirTalk parses through the city Planning Commission’s newest guidelines for where marijuana can be sold in Los Angeles ahead of its legalization next year. We also get an update from Sacramento on the bills to be voted on before tonight’s deadline; review this week’s movie releases on FilmWeek; and more.
AirTalk debates the ever-present conflict between restricting hate speech and protecting free speech after UC Berkeley reported 46 percent of California voters think the state has gone too far in allowing white nationalist demonstrations. We also dive into the controversy surrounding ESPN’s handling of an anchor’s anti-Trump tweet; what happened when President Trump met with Democratic leaders about DACA last night?; and more.
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