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Los Angeles developer Geoffrey Palmer is fighting to erect a walkway between two apartment buildings Downtown, arguing that it would protect future residents from a homeless encampment nearby. Also, a report that links the pumping of groundwater in the Central Valley to earthquakes. Then, Zillow, the real estate database, launched a new service last week predicting how much a home will be worth a year from now.
Today, the FCC voted to move forward with a proposal to allow Internet Service Providers to charge websites for higher quality and faster delivery of their products. Also, The New York Times fired Jill Abramson from the paper’s top position after an alleged pay disparity. Then, we discuss the Medi-Cal sign-up increase, marijuana businesses, and Dr. Ed Catmull's new book: Creativity, Inc.
Orange County has become the first large county to pass Laura's Law. How could it impact people with mental illness and their families? Should the state regulate Covered California health insurance premiums? Should job applicants disclose their embarrassing online history?
In a landmark decision for online personal privacy, an E.U. court ruled that Google must remove some links to personal information. Should the U.S. follow the E.U.'s footsteps? Also, a bill that would allow dogs in outdoor restaurant spaces will go to the Senate. Then, we discuss "adventure park" fees, Santa Monica's controversial Hines project, female startup investments and Governor Brown's revised state budget proposal.
Two weeks after the Sterling recording emerged, Donald and estranged wife Shelly have both given interviews to big media outlets. WIll the NBA be able to prevent Shelly Sterling from gaining ownership of the Clippers? Also, how to make long distance relationships work. Then, we discuss the economic hit the California judicial system has taken, LA's bid for the 2024 Olympics, and the use of wikipedia as a medical reference.
Should Congressional Democrats boycott the Benghazi investigation committee? Shelly Sterling seeks to retain ownership of the Clippers. Does Shelly Sterling has the legal right to keep the Clippers? A new study indicates that first born children are more ambitious. How does birth order influence an individual's success?