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Trade tussle tears into food & opioid pushers finally facing action

The trade war is leaving several victims in its wake, including many parts of the agricultural sector; Fred Kaufman, author of ‘Bet the Farm’ lends us a hand to break down how food has been famished by tariffs. And it’s not just slamming the US as China’s yuan has been feeling the strain as of late as well; Jeff Socha of Ark Financial joins the program to analyze the international aspects of the scuffle. Plus, opioid manufacturers are finally facing heat for the growing crisis as a trial has begun in Oklahoma; Mollye Barrows of America’s Lawyer digs into the details of the turbulent trial. And finally, with the imminent demise of print media, how will companies take their leap to the future? One path is being tested, and Holland Cooke, host of the Big Picture, joins us to talk about the next journey for journalism.

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