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Flint water crisis, who is being held accountable? & the dangers of vaping

Holland Cooke talks with Attorney Corey Stern, who is representing 2,500 children in Flint, on who should be held accountable in the Flint water crisis. Then, a conversation with author and physician Dr. Dominic Gaziano on the dangers e-cigarettes pose to children. A looming Olympic controversy: who can compete as a woman? And what’s next after the Supreme Court decided “not to decide” on Trump’s transgender military ban. Holland discusses these topics with human rights activist Jenn Smith and Dr. Colin Wright, an Eberly Research Fellow at Penn State.

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