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Friday, October 17, 2014
Heather Macre talks about U.S District Judge John Sedwick ruling that same-sex marriage bans in Arizona are unconstitutional.
President Obama names an Ebola Czar, why isn't there more "Magic Blood" to cure Ebola, and Is Same-Sex Marriage coming to Arizona?
Is a Travel ban really needed to fight Ebola? The policitians think so while Doctors and Experts don't who is right? Same-sex marriage becomes legal in Arizona.
Same-sex marriage becomes legal in Arizona as couple go to get their marriage licenses across the valley.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Dr. Gerba talks about how serious the spread of Ebola in the U.S really is and should we have flight bans?
Alex Stone talks about Emory University Medical Center caring for the second Ebola infected nurse
The CDC told the nurse infected with Ebola she could fly on a plane. Is the public panicked because of a lack of CDC trust.
ASU tells students not to wear black face paint to games because of racism and "black face" confusion. Are school dress codes unfairly target girls?
Are Ebola screenings and travel bans a waste in stopping Ebola? Did a mother too far making her crying son holding books above his head after messing up at school?
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Jim Ryan talks about the two medical workers in Dallas, Texas contracting Ebola. He says nurses claim they followed protocols but they didn't protect the nurses.
A second health care worker contracts Ebola in Dallas, Texas. She also flew from Cleveland to Dallas one day before showing signs of sickness.
Are flight restrictions the next step to fight Ebola? Have you had "The Talk" with your child? But are you doing enough to make them aware about sex and how to say no?
The second healthcare worker gets Ebola does the CDC protocols really work? Is Jimmy John's holding their part-time employees in employment limbo?
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Robin Schaeffer talks about how prepared Arizona's nurses feel to treat possible Ebola patients.
Is the Vatican change of stance on gay marriage genuine? Does Apple and Google paying women employees to freeze their eggs help the gender pay gap?