1. Immigration Reform moves one step forward.
Yesterday, the immigration reform bill cleared the Senate judiciary committee, an important step before it hits the floor for a full senate vote. But did the bill change? Will those changes be good or bad? Tune in as we talk to the Immigrant Legal Resource Center‘s Angie Junck, GetEqual‘s Felipe Sousa Rodriguez and and MALDEF‘s Jose Magana-Salgado.
2. A gay teen is facing sex crime charges for a consensual relationship.
Kaitlyn Hunt of Indian River County is facing 15 years in prison after being charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a child 12 to 16 years old. That “child” was her teenage girlfriend (Kaitlyn is 18, the child is 15). Tune in as we talk to Equality Florida‘s Nadine Smith, lawyer and advocate Nicole Pittman and and Attorney Sabrina Puglisi about all that is wrong with this picture.
3. Who is Monsanto and why are people marching against them?
Monsanto is a agricultural bio-tech company that is leading producer of genetically engineered seeds. Find out why people all over the world are going to “March Against Monsanto” on May 25. Guests include Consumers Union‘s Michael Hansen, Pamm Larry, GMO Free Florida and Millions against Monsanto’s Trish Sheldon and Zen Honeycutt.
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