Billboard stirs controversy in black community, returning to civilian life, programs for English learners prove to be lacking

On Tuesday, Take Two looks at why a billboard put up in South L.A. is stirring controversy in the black community. Then, we'll look at a new report which says services for English learners are not living up to expectations. Finally, we'll talk about the history of Los Angeles' helipad law, which has since been done away with this week.
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