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UK’s Brexit faces a brand new hurdle

Theresa May will have to work with Parliament to keep Brexit moving along. Lindsay France talks about what could come next with Single Market Justice co-founder Adrian Yalland. Democrats think they have a better plan than President Trump to put America back to work – rebuilding roads, bridges, & airports. Alex Mihailovich explains why the American Dream may be headed North. Plus, if you’re sick of your job, try venturing out into the ‘gig economy.’ Economist Diane Mulcahy explains how. Then, if you’re sick of paying half your paycheck on rent, you have options – but be ready for a big move.

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