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Tom and Curley

August 15, 2014 - Hour: 2

Originally aired: Friday, August 15, 2014

Starbucks is changing its scheduling policies following a New York Times report about the unpredictable shifts wreaking havoc on lower income workers. // Tim Haeck reports low income bus riders will soon be able to obtain a fare card good for $1.50 rides. King County Metro will provide lower fares despite pending service cuts. How many would qualify is unclear. // The inventor of the Internet pop up ad says he's sorry. Twitter has promised to improve and expand its policies after Robin Williams' daughter is bullied off of the social network. // John and Feliks talk to Chuck Gardner, Tom and Curley youth football scout.


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