Los Angeles Schools Face an 'All-Cuts' Budget

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"Where's the outrage?" asked former LA School Board member David Tokofsky of Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez about the latest news for LA Unified. Without the Governor's proposed extension of tax hikes, the district may be in the hole by $500 million, requiring 7000 teachers to be laid off. Are major stakeholders just ringing their hands or trying to find alternatives? On our rebroadcast of To the Point, Libya, the UN and the role of NATO.

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