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Jobs will be gone soon, sustainable energy & marijuana booming

Lee Camp on an impending jobs crisis caused by robots. Then to Europe: Theresa May’s Conservative Party may be collapsing in Great Britain, and in Germany, citizens are getting 85 percent of their electricity from renewables like wind and solar power, a feat our nation has yet to accomplish. The revived zombie of the War on Drugs, as marijuana sales enjoy a boost thanks to legalization in several states. Natalie McGill discusses the positive change to our environment and our health that electric cars can bring, but the harebrained obstacles state governments are putting up for them. And John F O’Donnell reports on how cities’ corporate spaces are being reclaimed by activist groups.

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