KNX InDepth (June 5, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Wednesday, June 5th
So now what, LAUSD?

With the parcel tax Measure EE unofficially going down to defeat, the nation's second largest school district finds itself in a major bind: having just signed a new pay-boosting contract with its teachers, it now appears that LAUSD doesn't have the money to fulfill its obligations. And there are larger bankruptcy concerns, as financing across the board is looking shaky. So we will go In Depth on what looks like very few good options for LA Unified.

Is anywhere safe from a mass shooting these days? If it's not a school, movie theater ,church or synagogue that's being targeted, it's an office--as was the case in Virginia Beach last week where 12 people were killed. In an era where just about everywhere we go could be the site of a mass shooting, we go In Depth on how to better protect yourself and how our political leaders can better protect all of these public places.

If you're a credit card customer of JP Morgan Chase, you might have received a cryptic message within the past week: send in written notice to opt-out of an arbitration agreement or give up your rights to sue the bank over any disputes. It's part of a much larger effort of big banks to end class-action lawsuits against them..........and it could tilt power away from the little-guy bank customer.

And Bean Baxter, co-host of KROQ's Kevin and Bean, is back on In Depth to talk radio, media and one of the staples of the Southern California summer concert scene: the KROQ Weenie Roast.