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Too much plastic & Net neutrality (E724)

After decades of depending on plastic to make our lives easier, it may now be standing in the way of our future. The Supreme Court has decided to allow states to legalize sports betting – RT’s sports correspondent Steve Christakos discusses the implications this could have on sports and television. Redacted Tonight’s John F. O’Donnell and Natalie McGill help make sense of recent net neutrality headlines, and the Senate’s clash with the FCC and Big Telecom. The FDA may approve its first-ever cannabis-derived drug, which claims to treat epilepsy.

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