More New Yorkers are using food banks, but the federal government’s emergency food donations have been cut in half, according to a study from the Food Bank for New York City. Food Bank’s Áine Duggan talks about the politics of food aid to the poor and how to survive the winter. State Senators Jose Serrano and Frank Padavan debate Governor Spitzer's plan to issue drivers licenses for illegal immigrants. And, just what do women carry around in those giant handbags? We also talk about the outbreak of noose and swastika placements since Jena. And listeners call in: is it ethical to father children in your 60's?
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