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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
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1:06 – 1:30
Villaraigosa, live from
The mayor of
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, mayor of
Daniel Jacobson, legislative director for Environment California
1:30 - 1:39
1:41 – 1:58:30
The Bush Administration’s inbox mystery: 22 million missing emails
Given all of the controversy and secrecy surrounding many of the Bush administration’s national security decisions over eight years, the White House email from 2000 – 2008 must contain some juicy reading. To that end, two advocacy groups had sued the former administration in search of some 22 million emails that the Executive Office of the President claimed were missing or destroyed. Turns out that the emails were retrievable (they were found) and that there are dozens more days’ worth of potentially lost email from the Bush years. How does all of that valuable information get lost, and what does this mean for presidential secrecy?
The National Security Archives
Citizens for Responsibility & Ethics in
Former Bush Administration official
2:06 – 2:19
Banking the Underbanked: FDIC tries to reach out
The number is surprising in this electronic age of debit cards, online banking and e-commerce: 17 million adult Americans do not have a bank account. In total 25.6% of all households in the
Barbara Ryan, deputy vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
SHE CALLS US:
2:21 – 2:39
The personal toll of unemployment
A New York Times/CBS News poll of unemployed adults traces the painful personal conflict and strife that is caused by joblessness. Almost half of the respondents have suffered from depression or anxiety, and about four in ten parents have noticed behavioral changes in their children that they blame on their job struggles.
2:41 – 2:58:30
Medicaid children and their access to antipsychotic drugs
If you're a kid and poor, you're more likely to be prescribed antipsychotic drugs - four times more likely to be exact - than if you're a kid from a middle-income family. We check in with the study's lead author on this stark disparity and the reasons behind the numbers.
Stephen Crystal, (Ph.D.), Board of Governors Professor and Director for the Center for Pharmacotherapy, Chronic Disease Management, and Outcomes -- and Center for Education and Research on Mental Health Therapeutics at
Dr. Derek Suite, medical director and founder of Full Circle Health. He is a psychiatrist whose practice includes children and adolescents covered by Medicaid and who sometimes prescribes antipsychotics.
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