LA's growing homeless population makes feeding people who live on the streets more urgent than ever. But that's led to a backlash in some neighborhoods that lack public toilets and other supportive services. Now there's a move in the City Council to restrict feeding in public places, as other American cities have done. Is that humane? Is it legal? We hear the pros and cons. Also, Westwood, once the hippest scene in Los Angeles, has been on the decline for decades. Saul Gonzalez tells us how the Hammer Museum has tried to bring energy back to the neighborhood.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, everybody concerned with the Internet, from broadband services to content providers to online users, has a stake in a federal court case that will soon be decided. We hear what's in store for "net neutrality" and what it could mean for you.