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StingRay surveillance technology is raising privacy and constitutionality concerns; Tess Vigeland explores Leimert Park; Should fossil fuel subsidies come to an end?; Mexico's Semana Santa celebration brings shoppers to the U.S.; California smokers could pay higher health care costs under Obamacare, and much more.
Today we'll take a look at the status of DOMA and the latest news coming out of the Supreme Court. Then, most drug busts at the US-Mexican border involve American citizens, Bridal Brokerage helps take the financial pain out of cancelled weddings and much more.
Today on the show we'll take an in-depth look at Prop 8, from the history of the movement to it's current status in the Supreme Court. Then, Sequestration hits home for low-income Angelenos, we ask whether Sunset's Tower Records should become a landmark, and much more.
On today's show, why campaign cash could flow into the coffers of Republicans who support gay marriage. Also, picturing the price of war, Latinos trying to change how Hollywood depicts them, telling stories of illegal border crossings as part of your family's history, trying to cut your toddler off from the iPad, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll look at both sides at the Prop 8 debate, days before it heads to the Supreme Court. Then, "The Big Lebowski" turns 15, part two of Patt Morrison's interview with LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, tackling asian stereotypes in film and TV, announcing the winner of the Toyota Avalon pledge prize and much more.
Today on the show, Patt Morrison interviews outgoing LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about the ups, downs and legacy of his mayorship. Plus, Sumo oranges make a big splash in California, the LA Times brings back its Homicide Report blog and much more.