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March 10, 2021 29 min

Public Citizen's Lisa Gilbert: Passage of HR1 'For The People Act' Urgently Needed to Repair America’s Broken Democracy

Author and organizer Jonathan Rosenblum: Amazon Union Organizing Drive in Alabama: A Turning Point for American Workers?

Mountain View Correctional Facility's Mark McBrine: Innovative Program Enhances Prison Food Nutrition, Trains Inmates

Bob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary:

  • Hong Kong protest supports 47 pro-democracy arrestees
  • Biden seeks aid on border with Mexican leader
  • Rockwool activists face off against West Virginia’s GOP governor
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