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AirTalk for September 10, 2012

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Munger Education
Selling higher taxes in today’s economic climate is tough, and no one knows it like California Governor Jerry Brown.

Investigators blame jail misconduct on Sheriff Baca

A blue-ribbon panel of investigators has listened to months of testimony by sheriff’s supervisors about the use of excessive force towards inmates in county jails.
McDonalds Prepares Chipotle For IPO

Customers get shortchanged on pennies

Burrito purveyor Chipotle landed in the fryer with its New Jersey and New York customers for rounding bills down – or up—to the nearest 5 cent increment.
There hasn’t been much argument that the United States health care system is in serious need of help.
"The Book Of Mormon" Broadway Opening Night - Arrivals & Curtain Call

'The Book of Mormon' makes a pilgrimage to LA

"South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone join AirTalk to give us the scoop on their hit musical "The Book of Mormon."

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