Boosters of growth in Hollywood have suffered a setback, while opponents of increased density have scored a victory. This time, it's not all about earthquake faults. A judge has ruled that the best-laid plans of city officials are "fundamentally flawed." How long will development of hotels, office buildings and apartment houses be delayed? Also, does Glendale have a foreign policy? The city's being sued over a statue that offends some Americans of Japanese ancestry and Japanese officials.
Later on To the Point, advocates for increasing the federal minimum wage call it a "stimulus program" paid for, not by government, but the private sector. Opponents warn of lost jobs and hard times for small business. We'll hear that some cities, states — and even some big companies — are increasing wages as debate goes on in Washington.