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Businesses Sue Over Paid Sick Leave, Ronny Jackson Nom Held Up, and Truck Driver Shortage | April 25, 2018

Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:

• Businesses sue to stop Austin’s Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, saying it’s a violation of the state’s constitution

• Teachers in Colorado are planning a strike but some lawmakers want to arrest them if they do

• The National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund raised $2.4 million from March 1 to March 31, the first full month after the Parkland shooting. This is the most raised in one month since June 2003

• The Trump Administration is proposing that hospitals post their standard prices for patients online


Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:

• TECH NEWS: Amazon is releasing Echo Dot for Kids

- Streaming has surpassed CDs as the largest music format for the first time

• One of the propositions on Cedar Park’s May 5th election, Proposition V, wants to “Amend the city charter throughout to replace gender-specific pronouns with gender-neutral pronouns”

• Ronny Jackson’s nomination for the head of the Department of Veteran Affairs is being held up because of accusations of drinking on the job, writing illegal prescriptions and of anger issues that create an unhealthy work environment

• A man’s suicide attempt in Michigan was thwarted by 13 trucker drivers who parked their semis under a bridge so he would not be able to jump


Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:

• VIRAL VIDEO: A Port Authority official, Caren Z. Turner, was caught on camera unleashing an F-bomb at cops during a traffic stop

• Companies are complaining they can't find enough truck drivers to ship their stuff because of Amazon

•Federal Health Officials are cutting down on e-cigarette sales to children

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