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Jake Tapper wants war with Iran, Facebook reveals own cryptocurrency, COPS gone wild

Lee reviews an interview between Jake Tapper and VP Mike Pence, in which Tapper seemed more upset than Pence that Trump didn’t bomb Iran. Then, onto more news, including Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, the Pentagon’s contribution to climate change, and the recent revelation that the New York Times gets the approval of national security officials before publishing stories. Natalie McGill reports on how Republican lawmakers in 16 states have proposed over 100 bills that restrict the ways citizens can propose ballot initiatives. They did it in response to citizen-led ballot initiatives that legalized medical marijuana, raised the minimum wage, and more. Naomi Karavani tells us how 30 years of the TV show COPS has acted as a recruitment tool for the police and repeatedly violated the rights of people arrested on the show.

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