California's Kamala Harris was a holdout, but she finally became one of 49 state attorneys general to sign on to a $26 billion settlement with five big banks negotiated by the Obama Administration. But some of those dealing with home foreclosures say it won't make much of a difference. We hear both sides. Also, LA City Attorney Carmen Trutanich announces a bid for District Attorney, and a Latin Jazz musician who's protesting the dropping of his category, along with Gospel, Rhythm and Blues and others, from Sunday's Grammy Awards. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Mitt Romney and the Mormon Church.
Banner image: California Attorney General Kamala Harris speaks about the national mortgage settlement that secures $18 billion in relief to thousands of California homeowners.