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Austin Pedestrian Advisory Council Vying for Reduction in Neighborhood Speed Limits, Mobile Healthcare Unit Coming to Austin to Aid Homeless, Lawsuits Filed Against President Trump for Violating the Constitution

December 6, 2018

Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:  

•The Austin Pedestrian Advisory Council is putting forth an effort to make the speed limit 20mph on neighborhood streets in Texas

• VIRAL VIDEO: A father made his 10 year old daughter walk 5 miles to school in 36 degree weather after she was kicked off the school bus twice for bullying

• George H.W. Bush funeral


Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:

• TECH NEWS:

-It’s been revealed Facebook sells your data to third parties and throttles others access to the data in exchange for more pay

-An automated robot accidentally punctured a can of bear spray

-Waymo is putting out driverless cars for consumers to choose

• Austin city auditors found the Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Department home rehabilitation loan program left a significant number of homeowners unhappy with the work contractors did and frequently missed its own goals over a three-year period

• Rapper 2 Milly is suing the maker of Fortnite, Epic Games, for selling his signature “Milly Rock” dance as an emote called “Swipe It”


Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:

• Manuel Padilla Jr., the Director of Homeland Security’s Joint Task Force, says they’re struggling to deal with the large volume of asylum seekers and they need Congress to pass immigration reform

• Cedar Park is voting on measure to extend bar hours to 2AM


Hour four of the Todd and Don Show:

• Lobbyists representing the Saudi government reserved blocks of rooms at President Donald Trump’s D.C. hotel within a month of Trump’s election in 2016, paying for an estimated 500 nights at the luxury hotel in three months. Those bookings have fueled a pair of federal lawsuits saying Trump violated the Constitution by taking improper payments from foreign governments

• A survey has put out a list of jobs that may be at risk of being phased out due to technology

• The Dell Medical School at UT Austin, CommUnityCare Health Centers, and Integral Care announced Wednesday that they will be joining forces to run a mobile healthcare unit that aims to provide health care to homeless people by coming to them

 

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