Manslaughter for miscarriage, Rohingya population control, cure for capitalism

Abby Martin talks to Farah Diaz-Tello, staff attorney with National Advocates for Pregnant Women, about the case of 33-year-old Nina Buckhalter, standing trial over a miscarriage that prosecutors claim was caused by illegal drug use. What precedent could it set for pregnant women? Producer Ameera David then highlights two stories being overlooked by the corporate media, including Burmese authorities enforcing a two-child limit for Rohingya Muslim minorities, as well as the latest drone strike in Pakistan that killed more innocent civilians. Finally, an interview with Richard Wolff, professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts and author of ‘Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism’, about the recent school closures in Chicago, and how they reflect a systemic problem within the current capitalist model.

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