Will a New Helicopter Noise Law Make Anyone Happy?

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The skies of Los Angeles are filled with helicopters — for news, law enforcement and tourists — producing a lot of noise for folks on the ground and a lot of complaints from people who don’t want to grin and bear it. We hear why many are still unhappy despite a new law passed by Congress and signed by President Obama. Also, a new county law may force LA’s porn industry to change location.  And, even some industry insiders are struggling with changing technology.

Image-for-WWLA.jpgLater on To the Point, despite losses suffered in the last national elections, Republicans are not backing away from opposing abortion. It's a potent issue in many states, and the GOP is finding new ways to frame it. We hear how it's likely to play in this year's midterm campaigns for the Senate and Congress.

 
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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Evan George, Liyna Anwar, Jenny Hamel