Episode 178 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.
Coming up on today’s show, we have journalist Beau Hodai back on the show to discuss his article for PR Watch and Prison Legal News on how a for-profit prison corporation, CCA, is participating in high school drug sweeps.
We also have David Waldman from Daily Kos and Kagro In The Morning back on the show to give us an update on filibuster reform in the Senate.
We’ll also discuss how ten to fifteen thousand protesters surrounded the capitol after Republicans in Michigan rushed through anti-union legislation and made Michigan a “Right to Work” for less state, and how a State Representative claimed that he enjoyed seeing protesters pepper sprayed.
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