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Bringing back the ‘death penalty’ for corporations

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazine Executive Editor Farron Cousins take a look at social media giant Facebook, which recently announced that it would be investing $300 million in local news. Then, Thom Hartmann discusses whether PG&E, California’s largest private utility company, should play by different rules after being accused of killing people amid wildfires because of negligence and a desire to jack up corporate profits.

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