Wednesday in L.A.

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On the air:

Day to Day, KPCC 9 a.m./KCRW noon - President Bush's proposal to change immigration laws.

Fresh Air, KPCC 1 & 7 p.m. - David Cay Johnston, New York Times (and former LAT) reporter, discusses his new book about the tax system, Perfectly Legal.

To the Point, KCRW 1 p.m. - Is Iraq ready for elections and representative democracy? Host Warren Olney.

Life and Times, KCET-TV 7 p.m. - Bob Stern of the Center for Governmental Studies sizes up Governor Schwarzenegger's successes and misteps.

Tavis Smiley, KPCC 8 p.m. - High points of the show's two years on air, and commentator Cornel West talks about the Michael Jackson case.

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