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Today on the show we'll start with the California legislative analyst's office projecting a budget surplus for the state. Plus, Alabama posthumously pardons the Scottsboro Boys. A new immigration policy gives hope to undocumented military dependents, a federal consumer protection bureau fines a payday lender $19 million, a preview of the Latin Grammys and much more.
Today on the show, we discuss Obama's recent comments that he would accept 'piecemeal' immigration reform. Then, a new Pew study shows Americans are burnt out on disaster relief, kids in Baldwin Hills schools get their iPads, the fight over Gore Vidal's estate and much more.
ProPublica name-brand drug report, 'selfie' is word of the year, graphic Gettysburg Address and more
Today on the show, we start with a new report from ProPublica that shows Medicare doctors waste billions by prescribing brand-name drugs. Then, Oxford Dictionaries names "selfie" the word of the year. Also, in Jazz-loving Culver City, music instruction starts in kindergarten, Tuesday Reviewsday looks at new music by The Entrance Band, Yeawhon Shin and more.
Today on the show, GOP Congressman David Valadao on supporting Dems' immigration bill. Then, HealthSherpa site helps guide Americans through Obamacare process, migrant education program gives farmworkers' children a boost, churches help push for immigration reform plus much more.
Today on the show we talk about the continued search for family members in the Philippines, The Playstation 4 makes it's debut today, National Geographic's Steve Winter captures LA's elusive cougars, plus much more.
KPCC's Stephanie O'Neill recaps the President's statement on the problem-plagued health care exchange rollout, food truck phenom Roy Choi talks about his new memoir and cookbook, a preview of the PS4 before it hits shelves, and author Joshua Greene on humans' neurological predisposition to be moral.