Today's Takeaway: Growth in Cities Surpasses Growth in Suburbs, Movie Date, and a Texas Hospital Mandates a Maximum Body Mass Index for Employees

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On today's Takeaway, we talk to Lawrence Levy about the new Census data shows that the annual rate of growth in American cities has now surpassed that of the suburbs for the first time in 20 years. Also, we discuss the policy of a Texas hospital that requires potential employees to have a body mass index below 35; former proponents of a law that broadened the reach of California death penalty system now argue for a repeal of the death penalty; Kristen Meinzer and Rafer Guzman talk this week's movies; and our Follow Friday panel discusses anger from the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the significance of Mitt Romney's recent primary wins, and what's left of Yahoo after a mass layoff.