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New Superintendent for LA school district, the history of moving NFL teams, Bowie economics

Published January 12, 2016 at 8:10 AM PST
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LAUSD's Michelle King
LAUSD's Michelle King

The search is over: L.A. Unified School Board has picked its new superintendent, the business of moving NFL teams, a look at Bowie economics since his passing.

Professor Emeritus of Sports Economics, Roger Noll, spoke with us about the NFL history of moving teams and to give us a little peek at what the future may hold.
After a months long, nationwide search, the Los Angeles Unified School Board has selected a new superintendent to run the country's second largest school district.
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