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Lee Camp dedicates this episode to good news because we all know the real loser of our American elections were the American people. So we need some good news!
Also in this episode:
In "Taking The News From Behind" Camp covers Nestle’s empire of bottled water flounders in response to push back from activists, Purdue Pharma’s massive court loss over their role in expanding the OxyContin epidemic, and the anti-trust lawsuit against Google.
Natalie McGill reports on the "CAREN Act" (Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies) passed in San Francisco that punishes people for making frivolous emergency phone calls. The legislation gives people the right to sue a 911 caller in civil court over discrimination due to a person’s race, sex, age, religion, disability, gender identity, weight or height.
Anders Lee comes on to discuss an activist action to bring attention to evictions in New York City, how it inspired the writing of a bill in the New York State Assembly to support renters, New Zealand’s recent elections, and more.
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