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Today, the Supreme Court voted unanimously to strike down buffer zones in front of abortion clinics. Then, when is it criminal to leave a child in the car? Also, how do you choose your World Cup soccer team alliance? Then we will discuss intrigue and trade rumors abound ahead of tonight’s NBA draft.
The Supreme Court has made two important decisions, ruling against TV streaming service Aereo in a 6-3 decision and ruling that police can not search smartphones of those they arrest, unless they have a search warrant. Also, Richard Gabriel joins us to talk about his new book, "Aquittal: An Insider Reveals the Stories and Strategies Behind Today's Most Infamous Verdicts." Then, we
Los Angeles’s City Councils Economic Development Committee is considering a plan that would contribute $138 million in financial assistance to the building of the Frank Gehry-designed Grand Avenue project. Also, a new study by UC Irvine shows that repetition may have negative effects on memorization. Then, the Getty Villa and Center have drained their fountains and pools in an effort to conserve water.
Proposition 187 would have withheld public services such as healthcare and education from those in the country illegally. We discuss how Latino lawmakers are trying to purge some of the language in the law. Also, should minors convicted for sex crimes be given stiffer sentences? Then, how is extra time calculated in matches in the World Cup?
A Presbyterian group has given permission to pastors to marry into same-sex marriages. Also, Assemblyman Chris Holden has a bill asking/pressuring the state Board of Education to add the election of Barack Obama to the public school curriculum. Then it's FilmWeek on AirTalk!
In an announcement this morning, President Obama said that the US will bolster military resources in the area, but has stressed the idea that the Iraqi military is best equipped to handle the situation. Also, how will the ouster of Dov Charney affect the American Apparel brand? Then, we discuss the effects of counterfeit drugs worldwide.