AirTalk for May 5, 2015

The city of Los Angeles is suing Wells Fargo Bank for allegedly fostering a culture where employees frequently opened bogus customer accounts. Also, a poll of emergency room doctors, released Monday, finds that visits to the ER have increased since the Affordable Care Act came into effect. Then, should full liquor licenses be more accessible for restaurant and bar proprietors in California?
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