A new, 76,000-seat stadium might provide for not one but two professional football teams near the Staples Center and LA Live. If the stadium becomes a reality, developer AEG will have built and managed them all. But what about traffic congestion, pollution, low-cost housing and public health? Just two more chances are left to ask for concessions. Also, we talk with cancer survivor Bill Rosendahl, who's returned to the LA City Council with the message, "Never Give Up." On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, issues in the Chicago school strike sound a lot like the LAUSD. Will they impact the presidential campaign?
Banner image: AEG-Gensler rendering of Farmers Field