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Unlimited war powers, climate catastrophe, worker deaths hidden

Lee Camp discusses the corporate media’s refusal to acknowledge the role of climate change in increasing the severity of natural disasters. Lee then shows how despite rhetoric about how unfit Trump is, most of Congress voted to kill an amendment that would end the unchecked war powers of the Executive Branch. Natalie McGill joins Lee to discuss how the Occupational Safety & Health Administration recently removed its running list of US work-related deaths from the front page of its website. Naomi Karavani reports on how wealthy white communities are moving to resegregate public schools.

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