AirTalk

Lively and in-depth discussions of city news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts, and more. Hosted by Larry Mantle

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AirTalk for March 19, 2013

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Should economic-based immigration come at the cost of family unification? Could giving visa preference to highly skilled workers and STEM graduates lead to U.S. economic growth? Should those candidates get a bigger slice of the immigration pie - or should we just make the pie bigger? If you’re a foreign-born citizen or green card holder, what would this legislation mean to your family?
Disneyland Resort
Disneyland has just announced its first-ever age policy; children 13 years and younger will have to be accompanied by an adult in order to enter the Magic Kingdom.
IRAQ-UNREST

'Operation Iraqi Freedom' a decade later

What reflections do you have on the 10th anniversary? Was it worth it? Was it a mistake? How has it influenced U.S. foreign policy at present?
Iraq War Vets Airtalk

Four Iraq War veterans on returning to 'normal' life

It's been 10 years since the start of the Iraq War. Larry is joined by four veterans who share with us their personal homecoming experiences and how the transition has been.

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