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Brand & Martínez for September 17, 2012

GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney comes to be in L.A. today to speak at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; As border enforcement gets stricter, more migrants are taking to the sea. We talk with Emily Ansara Baines, the author of The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook.; Will the Dodgers make it into the playoffs?; Errol Morris joins the show to discuss his new book, "Wilderness of Error,"; KPCC's Julie Small looks at what it will take to sell the Prop. 30 tax hike  to voters.; Over the weekend, the largest anti-Japanese demonstrations in decades took place in China.; The east African nation of Uganda is on the brink of its own oil boom.; A Martinez talks with comedian Jimmie Walker, the man behind the "Good Times" catchphrase, "Dynomite!"