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Climate change, marijuana corporations, and ‘kids-for-cash’ conviction

Mike Papantonio and Farron Cousins discuss climate change lawsuits from US cities that aim to have fossil fuel industries pay the damages that are expected to turn out. Then Mike talks with Brigida Santos about how corporate marijuana growers might take over the marijuana market. He also talks about a re-trail for a judge that imprisoned kids for money.

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