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Today on the show, we'll start with the latest in the trial of an SoCal Iraqi man accused of killing his wife. Then, Ft. Hood military base in Texas suffers a second tragic shooting less than 5 years. Plus, a California lawmaker calls for more sanctions against Russia, landslide science is not connecting to county planning in Washington State, why are NFL cheerleaders paid less then minimum wage, plus much more.
Today, we'll start with analysis of today's Supreme Court ruling, which removed federal limits on campaign contributions. Plus, how would a minimum wage hike help California families? Then, the U.S. battles Mexico in one of the last matches before 2014's World Cup, Rick and Kay Warren try to improve Christian churches' handling of mental illness, a new study says kids with lice don't have to miss school, plus much more.
The LA City Council is expected to vote on a controversial new trash collection policy. Then, we'll have an update on the Leland Yee case. Plus, Dodgers fans without Time Warner Cable have yet to be able to watch a game on the new SportsNet LA channel, we'll take a look at how much it costs to propose at baseball stadiums throughout the U.S., Mac DeMarco, St. Vincent, Jimmer and Death have new music out, and much more.
Today is the last day to sign up for the Affordable Care Act without being penalized. But what happens if you miss the deadline? Then, a series of earthquakes spurs Californians to think about their preparedness. Are you ready for the 'Big One"? Plus, A new study looks at the effects of the "dumb jock" stereotype on young athletes, some say the #CancelColbert outrage is overblown, a new climate report has more bad news, and musician Moses Sumney joins the show.
Today on the show, we'll start with a discussion about the 5-year FBI investigation that lead to the arrest of State Sen. Leland Yee. Then, John Rabe introduces us to Philippe Vergne, the new director at MOCA. Plus, how Filipinos contributed to the farmworkers' movement, Dave Wakeling of The English Beat stops by to play some tunes, bartenders are struggling amid a lime shortage and more.
Today on the show we'll begin with a look at the FBI sweep of California Senator Leland Yee and Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' Chow. Then, new legislation could bring universal preschool to California. Plus, officials want to make Venice safer, but could changes kill the culture? Could medical marijuana ease PTSD symptoms? Plus much more.