More on the Eastside Catholic lawsuit and the racial fallout of a Congressional hearing
Originally aired: Friday, March 7, 2014
Former Eastside Catholic Vice Principal Mark Zmuda spoke to press today. Jason concludes that Zmuda didn't say anything that changes his mind on how the lawsuit will go. He says Zmuda will lose or settle. // The University of Washington is looking into how much AP testing actually helps students. Jason says that's a great thing to research, but education can really be cracked with one simple truth: It comes down to good teachers who care. // LongForm: More racial fallout persists from the incident in an US House committee hearing on the IRS scandal. People continue to push the talking point that Rep. Darrell Issa was racist when he cut Rep. Elijah Cummings's microphone twice during the hearing. // We hear more from the man who is suing a Vegas casino for serving him alcohol after he was already drunk and let him gamble away half a million dollars. His lawyer explained the case to Dori Monson.