A new report finds council members in the City of Compton behaving a lot like those in the City of Bell. We hear about payment for time on commissions that hardly meet and a $3.5 million loan with no payments for seven years. Also, the Little Hoover Commission says the state must improve park management or lose control of natural treasures that can't be replaced. And a trail-blazing supporter of California's high-speed rail now calls it "the great train robbery." On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, state laws, federal laws and the institution of marriage.
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