Mayor Eric Garcetti, on Day Two, Looks Ahead

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Yesterday, Eric Garcetti spent his first day as Mayor of Los Angeles "listening" to lots of people. Tonight, we ask him how soon he'll get his administration up and running, how he plans to deal with a city council that's very different from the one he just left, and what about public transit, city parks, potholes and the Department of Water and Power? Also, other states and countries call it "recruiting the movies and TV." Hollywood calls it "runaway production." We hear how Hollywood's cut-throat competitors gathered in — of all places — Los Angeles last weekend.

Image-for-WWLA.jpgOn our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, this week, the spotlights are on Ohio and Texas, but Republican state legislatures have been restricting abortions for the past three years.  Last week, Congress passed limitations that Democrats call a challenge to gender equality.  Will there be a political backlash?  Are some doctors being caught between good medicine and bad law?

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Warren Olney