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AirTalk for October 10, 2013

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Is a budget deal on the horizon?

In a press conference this morning House Speaker John Boehner unveiled a proposal for a six-week extension of the debt limit. It is uncertain if there are any The White House, in a statement, said congress needs to pass a clean debt-limit increase and funding bill to reopen the government.
The film looks at how how dyslexic individuals learn, and what can be done to revolutionize education. The movies talks with experts, doctors, advocates and studios to gain insight into what’s it like living with dyslexia and its challenges.
Mayor Garcetti And Gov. Brown Sign Bill Allowing Illegal Immigrants Driver's License Eligibility
Governor Jerry Brown signed the ‘Trust Act’ yesterday, which prohibits the LAPD and other local law enforcement agencies from detaining people for deportation if they are arrested for a misdemeanor.
Minnesota v Michigan

Minnesota football coach's public battle with epilepsy

The University of Minnesota's football coach, Jerry Kill, missed his team's game day last weekend due to an epileptic seizure. It's the second time this season Coach Kill suffered a game-day seizure, but the first time he missed an entire game.

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