AirTalk for January 11, 2012

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Rom

The primary with punch

Mitt Romney scored a solid vote of confidence from New Hampshire voters yesterday. With 39 percent of returns, nearly double that of runner-up Ron Paul, it was a decided result in what has been a confusing race so far.
An empty classroom
The Los Angeles Unified school board endorsed a resolution yesterday requiring Superintendent John Deasy to devise a plan to boost enrollment by 5 percent over the next three years. In the same session, board President Monica Garcia introduced a motion asking the district to look at doing away with attendance boundaries so students could choose to attend any school in the district.
GOP Presidential Hopeful Jon Huntsman Attends NH Primary Rally

Jon Huntsman wants to take a big pay cut

Jon Huntsman is a former billionaire CEO, a former ambassador to China, a very popular former governor of Utah and a current contender for the Republican nomination for president. The only problem is that Huntsman has been running at the back of the pack ever since he stepped off the plane from China last summer.

Toilet to tap, the answer to SoCal’s water woes?

A new report from the National Research Council has found that reclaimed wastewater could be treated to the same safety standard as drinking water, a finding that could help the Southern California’s strained water resources.
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