AirTalk for March 3, 2015

Federal agents served search warrants at 20 locations in Southern California suspected of running “maternity hotels” as well as apartment complexes. Also, the Fourth Amendment comes under fire as arguments begin in the Supreme Court over whether police can inspect hotel and motel registries without a warrant. Then, Hillary Clinton came under fire yesterday after it was revealed that she exclusively used her personal email account while at the State Department.
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