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What is the legislature doing during the government shutdown?; Tourism-reliant businesses feel the sting of the shutdown; Highlights and outcome of the Michael Jackson-AEG trial; Where's the best place for brunch in Los Angeles?; RZA headlines 5-year anniversary party for Echo Park's Bedrock Studios, plus much more.
Rep. John Campbell on the government shutdown; What is it like to sign up for Obamacare in California?; Danny DeVito and Judd Hirsch reunite in 'The Sunshine Boys'; Picture This: Documenting the Los Angeles Dodgers; Former Guatemalan soldier accused of atrocities convicted of US immigration fraud, Etiquette Lesson: How to deal with a significant other's annoying obsession, plus much more.
How the government shutdown will affect the average US citizen; Report finds California has highest poverty rate in US; Finding bone marrow matches is harder for some ethnic groups; LA Unified's backlog of broken musical instruments 'like a war scene'; FAQ: Navigating Covered California's health insurance exchange, plus much more.
Fact checking the congressional budget talk headlines; What would the US economy look like if Congress passed a budget?; Why America's national health care efforts are so contentious; Public officials, activists await court ruling about oil drilling in Whittier hills, plus much more.
The latest on the fatal stabbing of Dodgers fan Jonathan Denver; ACA enrollment tools delayed for small businesses, Spanish language; Decision in Jackson-AEG trial now in jury's hands; LA Beer Week celebrates LA's thriving suds scene, and more.
President Obama promotes health care reform at community college in Maryland; House bill threatens federal food stamp program; Ask Emily: Navigating the new Medi-Cal expansion; Rep. John Campbell joins the show to discuss the battle over Obamacare; Plan to raise Shasta Lake may hinge on Sacred River, plus much more.