Date: Wed December 26, 2012
Show: Ross and Burbank
A law taking effect next year will require electric-car owners to pay a $100 annual fee for road and highway improvements. The fee is intended to compensate for the gas taxes battery-operated car owners no longer pay. David says bikes should pay up too. // Starbucks C.E.O. Howard Shultz is weighing in on fiscal cliff negotiations. The rest of this week, Starbucks employees in Washington, D.C.,-area stores are being told to write "Come Together" on every cup of coffee they serve. // Reporters in Newtown, Conn., are taking some time off to be with their families over the Christmas holiday. Two Seattle reporters traveled to Newtown to give them a break. We talk to Casey McNerthney, a reporter for the Seattle P.I. // Credit score is becoming a bigger factor in singles' dating decisions. David tells the story of a friend who called her wedding off because her fiance had bad credit.
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