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Annette Magnus, Executive Director of Progess Now Nevada, in studio, to talk fast food walk outs with Kevin and callers.
Ward 3 City Councilman Bob Coffin joins the show to talk about Pinches Tacos. He tells us why they not allowing the restaurant to have outside signage.
Rhonda Gibson and her attorney Cal Potter join the show on the day after Jesus Arevalo, the man who shot and killed Stanley Gibson, was fired from Metro PD. Gibson says Arevalo’s release does not give her any closure.
National Correspondent for CBS News Dan Raviv joins the show live from D.C. to give the most up to date information on the woman who rammed her vehicle into the White House gate.
James Guthrie, former Nevada schools superintendent talks about the amount of Hispanic students in Clark Country schools and the challenges the school system faces.
Wayne Allyn Root, author of the Ultimate Obama Survivor guide, gives his reactions to Putin’s op-ed. Also, executive Director of the Conservative Alliance for Community Growth, Brenda Flank joins the show to talk about Constitution Day on Saturday, September 17th.
Annette Magnus, Executive Director of Progress Now Nevada joins the show to talk about the fast food businesses minimum wages. Magnus tells us how exactly how to make these Fortune 500 companies raise their entry level employees pay.
NAACP Missouri Chapter President Mary Ratliff joins Live and Local to discuss the NAACP’s opinions on the Obama Rodeo Clown story. Ratliff called the act a hate crime and believes this should in now way no happen at a taxpayer funded event.