AirTalk for April 2, 2014

Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Case Involving Donor Limits To Political Campaigns
In a 5-4 split ruling today, the Supreme Court said political donors still have to limit contributions to individual campaigns, but said there is no cap to how much money a donor can spread across candidates and political committees.
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The Senate is expected to vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act, which aims to eliminate the wage gap between men and women. Similar versions of the bill passed by the Senate had been killed before by House Republicans.
Girl Scouts Sell Cookies From Street Trucks In New York City
The Girl Scouts and their cookies may be sweet, but all that temptation is drawing criticism from doctors and parents who feel the scouts’ tradition of selling cookies isn’t in line with modern public health.
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Earthquake insurance: Expensive but worth the cost?

The recent earthquakes that shook Southern California also rattled the nerves of some homeowners. Should you buy earthquake insurance? AirTalk debates.
The Supreme Court's Wednesday morning ruling allowing wealthy donors to give money to as many political candidates, parties and committees as they wish will face its first test as the 2014 midterm elections quickly approach.
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Starting a conversation with a stranger can be hard, and is sometimes even taboo.
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