Los Angeles residents -- including undocumented workers -- will be issued LA City ID's that will provide city services and also serve as debit cards, so they won't have to carry all their cash in their pockets. The City Council says it's all about public safety as well as financial literacy. Opponents claim it might create false identities. Also, can the City of San Fernando get down to business after a recall campaign with charges of adultery, drug use and stealing money from children? And what's wrong with the Lakers? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, same sex marriage, recreational marijuana—and this week's elections.
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What's Wrong with the Lakers?
The Lakers lost yet another game last night in Salt Lake City. Kobe Bryant scored 29 points against the Jazz and made 15 of 17 free throws but — before the games was over —...
4 min, 54 sec
Is America Suddenly Turning Blue?
Measures to legalize recreational marijuana passed Tuesday in two states. For the first time in any election, voters in Washington State, Maine and Maryland approved...
22 min, 1 sec
San Fernando Sex-capades End in City Council Recall
Three city council members, including one who'd already resigned, were recalled Tuesday in the City of San Fernando, where an ongoing soap opera has made national headlines....
7 min, 8 sec