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November 21, 2014

The topics of discussion for this episode of 4802 include President Obama’s Immigration plan, the sexual abuse allegations facing Bill Cosby, and a cost of living increase for top Pennsylvania officials. We’ll also talk about the Pennsylvania Turnpike “Pay to Play” scandal and the grandmother sentenced for selling marijuana.


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The topics of discussion for this episode of 4802 include President Obama’s Immigration plan, the sexual abuse allegations facing Bill Cosby, and a cost of living increase for top Pennsylvania officials. We’ll also talk about the Pennsylvania Turnpike “Pay to Play” scandal and the grandmother sentenced for selling marijuana.


Related Links

Boehner Says Obama’s Immigration Action Damages Presidency

Bill Cosby's wife Camille subject of compassion, anger regarding husband's sex abuse scandal

Cost-of-living raises boost salaries of top Pa. officials

Two former Pa. Turnpike officials plead guilty to conflict of interest

Grandma gets prison for selling loads of marijuana

 


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