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Luke Burbank Show

March 15, 2013 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Friday, March 15, 2013

A showdown is brewing between Seattle's taxi drivers and for-hire drivers. Taxicab drivers say the for-hire drivers are illegally cutting into their business. For-hire drivers say they get no respect. // A woman in Argentina says her rejection of a young male suitor more than 60 years ago, drove the heartbroken boy to join the priesthood. Now that guy is the pope. Caroline Pla, the 11-year-old football player who attracted national attention after she was kicked off her local Catholic Youth Organization football team because she was a girl, will be allowed to play this upcoming season, the Archbishop of Philadelphia ruled today. // The public and the food companies have known for decades that sugary, salty, fatty foods are bad for us. Yet today, one in three adults is considered clinically obese. Twenty-four million Americans are afflicted by type 2 diabetes, often caused by poor diet. New York Times reporter Michael Moss says that's because food manufacturers are making a conscious effort to get people hooked on junk food. He joins us.

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