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Ever-growing wealth disparity, forgiving student debt, and the end of text neutrality

This week on Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp looks at the dismally unequal state of the US economy, and the corporate media’s war on left-wing politicians. In the news, he covers CIA meddling in Brazil, and a group of German activists who put branded anti-Nazi billboards up for Coca-Cola and Nestle without their consent. In the second half, John F. O'Donnell and Lee discuss student loan debt forgiveness and its potential impacts. Then, Natalie McGill tackles a recent FCC vote to get rid of net neutrality for text messages. The decision will directly affect activists who rely on texting in their organizing.

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