AirTalk for March 18, 2013

APTOPIX Football Players Rape Charges
In an emotionally charged Ohio courtroom yesterday, two high school students were convicted of raping a drunk and apparently unconscious girl at a party last summer. The two football players were sentenced as juveniles to a minimum of one-year for sexually assaulting an unidentified 16-year old.
Leading Conservatives Attend 40th Annual CPAC
Is the Republican party out of touch? Will it take heed of this dire warning, or are its leaders clinging to conservative principles at its own peril?
Salt Sugar Fat

'Salt Sugar Fat': the secrets of Big Food

Michael Moss joins Larry to talk about his work and how to eat healthy in a salty, sugary, fatty world.
Rural Uninsured Receive Medical Care In Southern Colorado Clinics
In October, 20,000 workers hired by the state will enroll Californians in the state’s new health insurance exchange, Covered California. The workers won’t be government employees, but they will be handing quite a bit of personal information. Should they undergo strict background checks?
Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio.
What does it take to change someone’s mind about LGBT rights on a personal level? A son or daughter? A prominent celebrity? A friend of a friend? How effective are these personal connections at changing public opinion in big (or small) ways?
The Secrets of Happy Families

Family secrets that fuel family togetherness

“Our family’s falling apart.” When Bruce Feiler’s father spoke those words to him, Feiler had to face reality. And perhaps he’s not the only one who’s ever been in that position. In his new book, Feiler writes about "The Secrets of Happy Families."
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