KNX InDepth (February 13, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, February 13th
Our eyes are naturally drawn to big, bright flashy stuff---so when we see a five-foot long digital billboard mounted on top of a taxicab rolling down the street next to us, it's pretty hard to ignore. And that's the point for L.A.'s city council, which is looking at banning those mobile billboards from cars. We will go in depth...

Can California's public schools help to combat climate change............through vegetarian lunch options for its students? That's the thinking behind new legislation that would compel schools to offer a non-meat entree every day for lunch, arguing it's not only better for students but better for the planet.

What did a 35-day government shutdown, bitter debates and dire warnings get for President Trump? In the end, it looks like a fraction of the money he wanted for building his border wall and a lot of bad blood--we look at the winners and losers of the great border wall debate.

How big is America's new record 22-trillion-dollar national debt? If every man, woman and child in the country ponied up about 80-thousand-dollars-a-piece, we'd have it covered.

And a possible breakthrough anti-depressant drug, on the verge of FDA approval, is based on a popular--and dangerous--party drug.
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