8-15-19 El Paso shooting, auto title loans, solar co-op
Season 2019 Episode 167 | 29m
Former New York Times reporter Fernanda Santos has penned a column outlining the fear she has for her and her daughter after the shooting in El Paso where the shooter was targeting immigrants. A proposed ballot measure that would cap interest on car title loans at 36%. Arizona’s first solar co-op has been formed in the Phoenix area’s East Valley to save money and make going solar easier.
Aired: 08/15/19 |
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