The Todd and Don Blog
Trump Back To Work, H-B1 Visa, and John Cornyn Visits | January 2nd, 2018
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Hour one: Todd and Don are back from vacation and it turns out they both didn’t over indulge during the holidays; President Trump is back from Mar A Lago and will face new legislative challenges during 2018; Logan Paul is facing harsh criticism for posting a video of a dead body from japans suicide forest, We ask if he should be banned from YouTube.
Austin city council is claiming victory after changes to intersections lowered traffic deaths by 60%; Trump may change H-1B visas in a way that would result in the deportation of up to 750,000 immigrants; Austin musicians will be able to receive free rides from Lyft; we look at some of the interesting laws taking effect in 2018 and a couple is arrested at Baby A’s after they engaged in oral sex at a booth.
Hour two: Mayor Adler is claiming that Austin saw gains in affordability and traffic safety in 2017; Trump may change H-1B visas in a way that would result in the deportation of up to 750,000 immigrants; travelers saw huge lines after US Customs computers were down for two hours at major US Airports; A 60 million dollar planned airport expansion has Georgetown residents up in arms; and Ken Casaday, President of the Austin Police Association, stops by to discuss how officers are acclimating to life without a contract and why he says city council didn’t come to the bargaining table.
Hour three: Caller Travis competes against Don on #TrumpTweets; Austin residents took the Polar Bear Plunge on New Year’s Day; President Trump is back from Mar A Lago and will face new legislative challenges during 2018; couple is arrested at Baby A’s after they engaged in oral sex at a booth; US Senator John Cornyn stops by the Todd and Don Show to discuss the Republican Tax Cuts, possible 2018 court appointments and the latest on the Iranian protests; we discuss the latest presidential tweets; and Mayor Adler is claiming that Austin saw gains in affordability and traffic safety in 2017.