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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.
Today on the show, Obama extends the deadline for ACA enrollment to mid-April. Then, a joint effort between the U.S. and Mexico hopes to revitalize the Colorado River Delta. Plus, our weekly roundup of the latest in sports, Chinook salmon begin their journey to the sea via truck, San Bernardino Airport hopes to woo international travelers and much more.
On Tuesday Take Two will talk about the plans Disney has to buy Maker Studios, which creates video content for millenials. Also, the show will discuss if overprotecting kids causes them to be less creative and more fearful. Take Two will also talk to a former NAACP president who is trying to create more opportunities for people of color in the tech industry. And it's Tuesday Reviewsday so the show will take a look at the latest in music.
On Monday Take Two discusses the trend of DUIs rising among certain groups of women. Also, what effect do Michelle Obama and her style have in the U.S. and in China? Take Two will talk about Storybook houses that are scattered throughout Los Angeles and look like something from a fairy tale. And KPCC goes "On the Lot" to discuss the latest in film.
On Friday Take Two will discuss the looming deadline to sign up for healthcare. We'll also talk about the grim sleeper, one of LA's most notorious killers, who is back in the headlines again. Also, controversy is brewing over who gets the naming rights to a Yosemite peak. We'll discuss the latest Muppets movie with writer Nick Stoller. And since it's Friday it's time for Friday Flashback.
Take Two will discuss Guantanamo abuse including force feeding. We will also look at a new report showing California as the top target in the United States for cybercrime. Also, recycling gray water is one way Californians may be able to deal with drought. And it's Thursday, so we'll have State of Affairs, a look at government in California.