Michael Shure guest hosts, and Brown University Professor Tricia Rose and Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings join for the entire hour. Politico’s Tim Mak gives insights into how the Gaza conflict and potential ceasefire influences US politics, the panel breaks down why Republicans being upset with Governor Chris Christie doesn’t make him a Democrat’s friend, and criminal defense attorney Sara Azari lays out the challenges of implementing new marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado. Plus, Dr. Anthony Iton joins for our last segment of “Currently: Feeding the Need” to shed light on the relationship between poverty and obesity, and then offers advice for what families can do if they can’t always afford healthy foods.
Guest co-hosts Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure and Brown University Professor Tricia Rose talk to Dr. Anthony Iton, Senior Vice President of Healthy Communities of the California Endowment, as part of our Currently: Feeding the Need Initiative. watch video
Guest co-hosts Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure, Michael Hastings (BuzzFeed and “Rolling Stone”), Brown University’s Tricia Rose take a look at how Republicans aiming for election in 2016 are already trying to appeal to the people. watch video
Criminal Defense attorney Sara Azari joins guest host Michael Shure, Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings, and Brown University Professor Tricia Rose to break down the challenges of implementing Colorado and Wisconsin’s new state laws that legalize recreational marijuana use. watch video
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