AirTalk for October 23, 2014

More digital billboards will be seen around L.A. thanks to a court ruling striking down a ban previously in place. Also, the former mayor of Iguala, Mexico and his wife are being held responsible for the 43 students who went missing in September. Then, can medical marijuana help treat children with epilepsy?
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With wall-to-wall cable news coverage and social media over-hyping the threat of ebola, how do public health workers weigh placing precautions while calming the public? Also, the rumor mill has been churning for weeks about whether LAUSD superintendent John Deasy might lose his job or possibly resign. Then, author Steve Wilson looks back at 75 years since the release of "Gone With The Wind."

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A federal bankruptcy judge ruled yesterday that the bankrupt city of Stockton can legally reduce its pension obligations to California's massive public pension system. Also, the killing of nearly 1,000 chickens at a Foster Farms facility has thrown a spotlight on animal cruelty cases. Then, Live Nation and Nederlander Corp. battle over the Greek Theatre.

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AirTalk for October 1, 2014

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AirTalk for September 30, 2014

Undocumented immigrants can apply for professional licenses in California under a new law (SB-1159; Lara) signed on Sunday by Gov. Jerry Brown. Also, Los Angeles WaterKeeper is calling on Angelenos to stop washing their cars. Then, Mayor Richard Riordan talks about this new memoir "The Mayor."

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AirTalk for September 29, 2014

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