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Pedestrian Advisory Committee Necessary in Tucson? & Open Border Group Loses Money

Wednesday, Feb 13, 2013

The Jon Justice show 104.1 Fm
Radio show 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
TV show  WB Channel 58/8 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Tucson, AZ
Broadcasted Live:  Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Approximate Time:   36  minutes
Podcast Author/Asst. Producer: Lenda Yu Brewer
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We start off the hour finishing up a few calls about Christopher Dorner, an EX LAPD officer on the run, hunted and killed. Justice shares his life growing up in Southern California.  Dorner’s body was found charred. His Manifesto stated he would not go down alive.


Open Border Group losing money
Coalicion de Derechos Humanos
An open border group is losing funding and will need to lay off people unless they can raise money by the end of the month.  Isabel Garcia was the Pima County Defender and Co-Chair of the group.  She was the spokesperson.  They wanted Jon off the airwaves. They wanted to open the borders.  

Is a Pedestrian Advisory Committee Really Necessary in Tucson?  
The Tucson City Council has formed a group:  A Pedestrian Advisory Committee. We play a KGUN 9 news broadcast.  Pedestrians are being killed- four in two months.  Another group: Living Street Alliance, a predominately bicycle group. Justice calls the Living Street Alliance an anti-conservative group. No studies have been revealed about the amounts of accidents in the past years.


Callers call in to express their opinions
People don’t use crosswalks
Pedestrians think they always have right of away
Car will win every time
Texting Walkers
Not walking smarter- dark clothes
One caller talks about Immigrations – Do something about it.  Jon recaps events and updates.  
People driving too fast?
Lack of lights?
Plenty of Jaywalkers.
City is wasted time again

Jon predicts both or all of these groups will get funds from the City Council.

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