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The City of San Antonio's negotiations with Police and Fire unions over benefits packages have now entered the courtroom.

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An estimated 7 billion dollars was spent in the 2012 elections, according to the FEC. And as anyone who lived in a battle ground state can attest, a lot of those dollars were spent on campaign and issue ads. Who is paying for what these days is a tough issue to tackle.

When you write a "list" book, you are really opening yourself up to criticism even if, like Kenneth Turan, you are the critic.

In his new book, "Not to be Missed: Fifty-four Favorites from a Lifetime of Film," Turan takes readers through the movies that left an indelible mark on his life.

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Joe Krier was appointed to the city council for district 9 after incumbent, Elisa Chan resigned to run for a state senate seat. Krier, formerly the San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce President, has been called a moderate and a pragmatist.

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After nearly 19 years and 2 failed attempts by the state of Texas to bring him to execution, Anthony Graves was exonerated and released from prison. He now works as an advocate for reform in Texas. He joined us on our program "The Source" to give us an insight into what being in solitary confinement is like. 

"It literally drives men insane. I witnessed it myself. I seen guys hanging themselves, cuttin their throats, overdosin on their medications, droppin their appeals, just trying to find a way to check out..."

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