AirTalk for June 5, 2014

After a fierce battle with Tea Party candidate Tim Donnelly, GOP candidate Neel Kashkari will face incumbent Jerry Brown in the November gubernatorial race.
Labor Leaders Meet With Obama At White House

Debating the path to comprehensive immigration reform

Earlier this year when the president of the self-described “largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the country” called President Obama a “Deporter in Chief” for his administration’s deportation policies, it became a rallying cry for some fed up with the lack of movement on the country’s immigration reform. It garnered national attention and also gained her many critics.
Teacher Surprised With $10,000 As A Knowledge Universe Early Childhood Educator Award Winner
Students from impoverished districts in L.A., Compton and others are suing state officials over lost class time and overall harm to their education. The class-action lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and Public Counsel Law Center blames high teacher turnover, inefficient scheduling, school crime and even personal trauma for failing these students.
Convention Center
The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday on a so-called Plan B to renovate and expand the Convention Center in Downtown, as the deadline for Anschutz Entertainment Group, the developer behind the Farmers Field stadium, to bring a NFL team to Los Angeles approaches.
San Antonio Spurs v Miami Heat
It’s The Heat against The Spurs in this year’s NBA Finals, for the second year in a row.
A new exhibit at The Autry museum explores the rise and fall of Route 66 and its powerful symbolism in American identity. Larry previews the show.
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