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April 24, 2015

On this episode, we discuss bad behavior in schools including a third teacher charged and the DA’s office now investigating predatory teachers at Plum High School then Anti-Gay Day at McGuffey High School. New problems with security at Monroeville Mall and also a look at concussion settlements in the NFL. Also, a discussion on binge drinking and a new study that says women are doing it more than men before wrapping with a look at VA hospital reforms.


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On this episode, we discuss bad behavior in schools including a third teacher charged and the DA’s office now investigating predatory teachers at Plum High School then Anti-Gay Day at McGuffey High School. New problems with security at Monroeville Mall and also a look at concussion settlements in the NFL. Also, a discussion on binge drinking and a new study that says women are doing it more than men before wrapping with a look at VA hospital reforms.


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