AirTalk for October 2, 2014

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.
Stockton, CA To Become Largest U.S. City To File For Bankruptcy

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