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Dow’s toxic pesticide released to the public

Mike Papantonio discusses how newly-appointed EPA Chief Scott Pruitt decided to end the discussion on a dangerous Dow pesticide once and for all by saying that the pesticide was good for release. Mike then talks with Tessa Hill-Aston, NAACP Baltimore City president, about how a Jared Kushner company has been requesting civil arrests on people who can’t pay their rent. Then, Mollye Barrows, legal journalist for The Trial Lawyer Magazine, talks with Mike about how a Charles Manson cult member involved in a brutal murder was just paroled.

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