The police chief at LA Unified says maybe the distribution of iPads to all students ought to be delayed. It took hundreds of kids at several high schools just one week to find out how to hack through security so they could surf the Internet. Now there are concerns about security for a program expected to cost one billion dollars when it's all over. Also, Governor Brown has signed a bill that will give California workers the highest minimum wage in the nation. We hear how much it's going up, how soon, and how it's still controversial.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, high-pitched political drama continues on Capitol Hill but, despite the rhetoric, enrollment for Obamacare will begin on Tuesday. We hear what that could mean for millions of Americans, their employers, insurance companies and health-care providers.