AirTalk for July 15, 2014

No Fishing Allowed

Should Manhattan Beach ban pier fishing?

The Manhattan Beach City Council will decide today whether it wants to make a ban on fishing from the pier permanent.
Daily Antiretroviral Pill Found To Protect Healthy From AIDS Transmission
In an announcement last Friday, the World Health Organization recommended that all men who have sex with men take antiretroviral medication to prevent the contraction of HIV.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) Enrollment Fair Held In Southern California

New numbers add fuel to the ACA debate

According to new surveys out this month, the Affordable Care Act has cut California’s uninsured rate in half (from 22% last fall to 11% today).
LA City Attorney Mike Feuer released a statement today to file a temporary restraining order on a new medical marijuana farmers market in Boyle Heights.
Drought tolerant lawn LADWP
Today, California's Water Board is considering imposing fines and limits on water usage. Outdoor watering accounts for more than half of residential water use, which is why local jurisdictions have been paying homeowners to rip up thirsty grass lawns and replace them with anything resistant to drought.
pluto nasa

NASA closer to learning more about Pluto

At this time next year, NASA's probe New Horizons will fly by the planet-like object Pluto and discover more about the icy ball. The last time scientists reached for a major solar system body was Voyager 2's flyby of Neptune in 1989.
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