A Weaker Mayor Villaraigosa after Yesterday's Election?

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District Attorney Steve Cooley hopes Tuesday's election will be a warning to a political "machine" at Los Angeles City Hall. We talk with him and others about the future of Mayor Villaraigosa.  In Washington, California's own congressional delegation's divided over federal loan guarantees to keep state government in business.  On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, it's being called the debate that was lacking in last year's presidential campaign. We hear how President Obama and former Vice President Cheney disagreed on interrogations, Guantánamo Bay, the Constitution and the rule of law.