The summer inversion layer means air pollution stays put in Southern California. We look at the history of smog and what it can teach about the future of global warming. Also, California is starting to send out IOU's, and State Treasurer Bill Lockyer wants two state budgets, one for the liberal coast and one for inland conservatives. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the transition from Bush to Obama has not eliminated the threat of terrorists who want to attack the country. Is Obama embracing some of the same counter-measures he criticized in last year's campaign, including what's called "torture lite?"
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Chip Jacobs and William Kelly