The US Cuts Nuclear Weapons; LA Finds Some Money

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One city councilman says Los Angeles is "crawling out of the rabbit hole," with the sudden discovery of $30 million in unexpected revenue. Is the Alice in Wonderland episode really over? What about that rate increase for the DWP? Also, California's electorate is changing, but so are attitudes toward illegal immigrants. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, in the Czech Republic today, the US and Russia signed a new treaty to cut back on nuclear weapons. Will it make the world safer? Is the diplomacy as important as the military strategy? Will the US Senate ratify it?

Banner image: US President Barack Obama (center-left) and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (center-right) attend an expanded delegation bilateral meeting at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, April 8, 2010. Official White House photo: Pete Souza



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