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Tax bill fraud, secret US spy base, genetic warfare, suppressing dissent

Lee Camp delves into the insane GOP tax reform plan, which is really yet another giveaway to the rich; how people in Atlanta are actually getting arrested for having compassion; and anti-war activists being arrested for protesting a secret American spy base in Australia. Lee rounds out the first half of the show by introducing a new segment: “Suppression Celebration.” In the second half of the show, Natalie McGill joins Lee to discuss the emerging science of gene editing and how why we should doubt the motivations of its largest funder. Then, Naomi Karavani presents a segment on the CIA’s covert funding of artists during the Cold War. This and more on Redacted Tonight.

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