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And Bel Air and he criticized the president's along the way rather than his rivals for the democratic nomination they are spreading measles here in the office seems to be full and just a little bit for the head of the CDC is not ready to say we've turned the corner I can't really predict during a visit to Los Angeles CDC director Robert Redfield talked about this year's measles outbreak more than eleven hundred cases so far it's the highest number reported since nineteen ninety two but there were only fourteen new cases reported last week a much smaller increase them what we were seeing earlier this year we seen fewer cases in the last two weeks in a row but still fourteen cases and then the nation last week is still significant Redfield points to a couple of factors that may contribute to the spread of measles over the summer kids a summer camp and people traveling to countries with outbreaks of the highly contagious disease an LA county so far this year there have been fourteen measles cases reported among residents and eight cases among non residents who travel through the area click get pissed Utah KNX ten seventy newsradio five nineteen say California could be sued for not enforcing the laws prevent nursing homes from dumping patients ruling by the ninth circuit disagreed with the judge to dismiss the lawsuit or he found that the federal nursing home Reform Act did not to give people the right to sue states were not enforcing the laws stay was sued in twenty fifteen on claims elderly patients were dumped into hospitals and denied readmission to nursing homes well if it is expanding a program to supply officers with the nasal spray that can reverse the effect of drug overdoses and save lives of victims of more than six thousand officers have this rate the Cullen arc and and now even more going to get it along with the training to use it officials say that LA officers of uses for it to save at least fifteen oldies so far captain woman is considering suing the owner of a local cemetery Shia question why the mausoleum where her brother is is always locks the owner of Angelus Abby cemetery talked CBS to if we leave them open right.