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EPA refuses to limit chemicals lurking in our drinking water

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazine Executive Editor Farron Cousins take a look at a recent decision made by the EPA, which is subjecting more than 110 million American citizens to increased amounts of cancer-causing corporate toxins in their drinking water. Then, RT Correspondent Brigida Santos discusses how a federal judge has approved historic plans to change the way the Chicago Police Department interacts with the public. Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses a new documentary about disgraced Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein, which highlights how the media was enabling and protecting him.

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