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Veterans at high risk of hearing damage due to defective 3M earplugs

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazine Executive Editor Farron Cousins take a look at defense contractor 3M, which scammed the federal government and sold earplugs that has left countless US troops with permanent hearing damage. Then, RT Correspondent Brigida Santos discusses a new court ruling detailing one of America's richest families, the Sacklers, and their connection to the nation's opioid crisis. Plus a discussion with legal journalist Mollye Barrows on the recent cost-cutting move by Gannett to slash jobs all across the country.

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