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District Sentinel Radio is the latest project from Sam Sacks and Sam Knight--the two journalists behind The District Sentinel News Co-op. Devoted to watchdog journalism, District Sentinel Radio is the podcast arm of the co-op.

District Sentinel Radio


    • Jul 30, 2022 LATEST EPISODE
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    DSR 7/30/22: DC's Migrant Mutual Aid Coalition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 26:47

    -The Biden administration and DC mayor Muriel Bowser are ignoring pleas to help migrants being bused to the nation's capital by callous Republican governors. Regular Washingtonians are stepping up and mutual aid is filling the void. Organizer Claire H joins us to discuss. This is an excerpt from the latest District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 7/16/22: All My Apes Pentagon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 54:01

    -Congress gave the Department of Defense $58 billion more than it asked for last year. That's more money than the annual budget of many agencies that don't kill people. -Who'd have thought that an organization with the initials SS would find itself implicated in a far-right power grab? (Secret Service Jan. 6 text messages erased amid investigations.) -FOIA Follies: Ivana Trump no longer has rights under the Privacy Act -The Fed stonewalled our inquiry of Jerome Powell's alleged “wokeness” -Anti-abortion freaks, John Bolton, Uvalde Police, the Musk family, Ruy Texeira, and Dr. Leanna Wen are nominated for the Garbage Can this week Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com

    DSR 6/25/22: Abort the Court

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 33:57

    -Andrew Perez joins us to talk about Leonard Leo and his dark money network that has been pushing the court to the far-right for the past 17 years -Leo, Clarence Thomas, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Manchin, and Stacey Abrams get Garbage Can nominations Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com This is an excerpt from the District Sentinel Radio podcast. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 6/4/22: South Florida Socialism?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 26:54

    An interview with Angel Montalvo, who's running for Congress in Miami on a Berniecrat platform, and down to lock horns with reactionaries in both parties This is an excerpt from District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 5/28/22: The Thin Boo-Hoo Line *UNLOCKED*

    Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 61:30

    -After changing their story numerous times, cops admitted to cowering in the hallway while the Uvalde shooter killed kids -Speaking of cops and mass killings, the recent Buffalo shooter became friends with a retired federal agent in a racist chatroom where participants got a preview of the massacre. -FOIA Follies: DOJ has more than 400 email records from 2020 involving Attorney General Barr's chief of staff and the phrase “call me” -Abbott Labs CEO on the infant formula shortage crisis that he caused: “We're gonna learn from this” -Uvalde cops, Republicans fixated on school doors, Chuck Schumer and a trio of Oklahoma sickos get nominated for the Garbage Can To catch future episodes of District Sentinel Radio, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 5/7/22: What's On Secretary Mayor Pete's Schedule? *UNLOCKED*

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 29:45

    -Through the magic of FOIA, we have obtained the first five weeks of Pete Buttigieg's schedule as Transportation Secretary, and decided to make a quiz about it. Sam Sacks is in the hot seat. This is an excerpt from a recent episode of District Sentinel Radio. To listen to more, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 4/23/22: Oligopoly and the Infant Formula Shortage of 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 10:47

    This is an excerpt from the District Sentinel Radio podcast. To listen o the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 4/9/22: US "Debt Trap Diplomacy"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 11:41

    -US Officials, Turn on Your Monitor: Hearing features complaints about an alleged Chinese development debt trap, defense of stiff IMF surcharges This is an excerpt from the latest District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 4/2/22: The Vote Heard ‘Round the World

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 78:30

    *UNLOCKED* To listen to future episodes in full, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel -The Amazon Labor Union, led by fired warehouse worker Christian Smalls, has won a certification vote, in an incredible historic victory for an independent labor union -There are still battles to be fought before even thinking about contract negotiations: Amazon is threatening to challenge the NLRB's authority before a judiciary that's incredibly hostile to labor. -Other headlines: One step forward, two steps back on Russia-Ukraine peace talks, House passes cannabis legalization, USDA pressed on subsidies to law-breaking meat conglomerate -FOIA Follies: Intelligence agencies' version of Twitter, eChirp, reportedly contains evidence of US spies cheering on January 6 plot -Garbage Can: Psaki and Mulvaney access mongers, Buffalo Sports Billionaires, and Oscars dipshits take the spotlight Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com

    DSR 3/12/22: FOIA Follies

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 17:36

    FOIA Follies, the Snitch Exemption: FBI Informant who ran sketchy, killer limousine company sheds light on Bureau secrecy. This is an excerpt from this week's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 3/5/22: FOIA Follies

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2022 8:25

    -FOIA follies: The Federal Reserve's files on the NY AG Tether settlement are only about public statements This is an excerpt from the latest District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 2/12/22: Crypto Nation: El Salvador

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 29:19

    Last year, El Salvador became the first country to make Bitcoin legal tender, in a move that drew attention from all over the world, particularly from insufferable cryptocurrency dipshits. Helping us make sense of El Salvador's Bitcoin law is Hilary Goodfriend, a doctoral student in Latin American Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City. This is an excerpt from the most recent District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 2/5/22: The Price is Wrong, Ned *UNLOCKED*

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 52:17

    -State Department roasted for unproven “false flag” claims about Russia -U.S. continues to starve Afghanistan as it readies to ramp up conflict in Eastern Europe -FOIA Follies: CDC gets a little touchy about article on covid breakthrough infections data -Garbage Can: Price and Psaki, Marco Rubio, and Joe Manchin vie for a spot in the can Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com This episode has been unlocked. To catch other weekly episodes, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/29/22: Money For War, Not Bridges

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 7:44

    -SK readies an appeal on a FOIA rejection, and seeks new answers from DHS about how cops responded to Jan. 6 This is an excerpt from Saturday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full show, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/22/22: FOIA News!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 16:03

    -FOIA: A Retinatoday.com article from 2015 was likely the source for Trump admin claims that Portland protesters “permanently” blinded federal agents This is an excerpt from District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR Chip Chat 12/15/21: Assange Extradition

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 33:50

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    DSR 11/10/21: Gunn in our Crosshairs (excerpt)

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 7:20

    -SK reveals our latest FOIA pursuit: using a records request to probe the Military Entertainment Complex and the comic book movie guy who got mad online because people criticized Marvel's Pentagon ties This is an excerpt from District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full show, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 10/1/21: Coin Intel Pro

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 45:30

    -All money is fake, but some is faker than others: TNR staff writer Jacob Silverman joins us to explain what's wrong with the cryptocurrency industry, which he closely observes. -FOIA Friday: Dam Lobbyists. GOP-tied lobbyists hired by the government of Honduras warned the Trump admin that Dems were opposed to a controversial U.S.-backed dam project. Plans to build the dam advanced after Trump lost the election only to see U.S. support withdrawn after Biden's inauguration. This is an excerpt from last Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available to subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 9/26/21: Dog NDAA Afternoon

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 50:02

    -Arms contractors to shake everyone down for hundreds of billions of dollars next year, yet again, as Congress passes its annual defense policy bill. Chip Gibbons and the Two Sams discuss the good amendments and the bad “Iron Dome” amendment. -The Sleaze Filter: A Facebook exec tried to worm his way out of Congressional inquiries on Instagram being harmful to teenage girls. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 9/17/21: Zuccotti Roots

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 67:05

    *SUBSCRIBER EPISODE UNLOCKED* -A look back at Occupy Wall Street on the 10th anniversary of the first demonstration in New York City -Chip Gibbons on how OWS influenced a decade of mass movements -FOIA Friday: Recognizing the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund for exposing FBI surveillance of Occupy -This week's Garbage Can line-up includes the House Dems who carry water for pharma, a billionaire space tourist, and the guy who said Amazon should build company towns To listen to more shows like this, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 8/20/21: Socialist Politics in Buffalo

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 19:26

    -Ruling class freakout in Buffalo: the establishment plots against India Walton, after the socialist won the Democratic mayoral primary. C.M. Lewis explains. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. The full show is available for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 7/12/21: DSA's Delegation to Venezuela & Peru

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 43:37

    -Austin Gonzalez tells us what it was like being on the recent DSA delegation to Venezuela, and answers criticism from the left (and right) -Austin also discusses the DSA delegation to observe Peruvian elections, and brings us up to speed on the slow-motion Fujimori coup attempt This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio--available in full for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Chip Chat 6/28/21: The Domestic Terror Trap

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 29:09

    Journalist Chip Gibbons and the Sams discuss Joe Biden's new and troubling domestic terror initiatives. Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com

    DSR 6/21/21: Libs Love Child Slavery

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 43:52

    -SCOTUS ruled 8-1 in favor of multinationals using child slaves who were represented by President Obama's deputy solicitor general -Surveillance of lawmakers: Still troubling even when they're bad. Chip Gibbons on yet more evidence of Trump admin abuse of power. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    All Else Being Equal, Capitalism Will Suffocate the Planet

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 53:27

    -Capitalists are operating on some dangerous assumptions about climate change, clashing with scientists' warnings. An audio version of the latest newsletter: sign up at districtsentinel.substack.com -More Trump-era attacks on journalists were exposed last week. Chip Gibbons on the subpoenas of four NYT journalists in the latest edition of Chip-Chat. Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available in full for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 5/31/21: Anti-Woke Capital

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 28:14

    -Leading Republican blasts banks for alleged anti-capitalist "wokeism" as bank CEOs defend union-busting and ripping off poor customers who are disportionately people of color -Chip-Chat: Chip Gibbons on Daniel Ellsberg still kicking ass at 90. The Pentagon Papers leaker shed light on how close the U.S. was to nuking China in 1958, and dared the Justice Department to arrest him on Espionage Act charges. This is an excerpt from District Sentinel Radio, available in full for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 5/24/21: Critique of the Progressive Prosecutor Critique

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 32:02

    Larry Krasner might not be perfect, but boy are we glad he won his primary in a landslide. Ted Kelly on the limits of Krasner criticism in 2021. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel.

    DSR 5/14/21: Bloodshed from the River to the Sea

    Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 25:10

    -Israel is massacring Palestinians, again. Mondoweiss correspondent Yumna Patel joins us from the West Bank. We talk resistance, solidarity, and Palestinian Authority collaboration with the IDF. This is an excerpt from the District Sentinel Radio podcast, available in full for subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Word Isn't Bond (INTV w/ Alexandra Scaggs)

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 31:16

    Fretting about financial market failures in an interview with Barron’s reporter Alexandra Scaggs. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available to subscriber at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Chip Chat: Collateral Murder Anniversary

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 28:39

    Journalist Chip Gibbons joins us to talks about the anniversaries of the Collateral Murder video release, and the Assange embassy raid. We discuss the impact of Wikileaks exposing U.S. crimes. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio, available to subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    A US-Backed Dictator Emerges in Haiti

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 33:15

    Haitians are resisting a president who is turning into a dictator with backing from both the Biden and Trump administrations. Eugene Puryear, back from a recent trip to Haiti, gives us his impressions of Port-au-Prince and breaks down the geopolitics and economics behind the ongoing crisis. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Reactionary Accelerationism

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 18:22

    Tricked by the Boog Bois: Freelance Journalist Jack Delaney went deep into Boogaloo movement ideology. If you think they’re sympathetic to the left, you’ve been had. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. Subscribe to listen to the full episode at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    CHIP CHAT: Prosecutors Gone Wild

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 26:49

    A conversation with Chip Gibbons about the acquittal of Andrea Sahouri and other journalists targeted by cops last summer during the Uprising for Black Lives. This is an excerpt from our Friday show available in full to subscribers at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    CHIP CHAT: Burgle the FBI

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 29:20

    50 years ago this Monday, activists broke into the FBI field office in Media, PA and stole files exposing COINTELPRO. Chip Gibbons talks about the break-in and previews an event Monday featuring two of the original burglars. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio podcast. Subscribe now at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel to listen to the full episode.

    INTV: Biden's Drug Courts

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 34:35

    Joe Biden has softened his stance on the War on Drugs, but still supports mass incarceration and vampiric industries that depend on it. Cannabis journalistDavid Bienenstock joins us for an explanatory session, and discusses the prospects for national cannabis legalization. This is an excerpt from last week's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Chip Chat: MyDHS Shit Posting

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 27:29

    DHS crowdsources ideas, which has unsurprisingly led to hotbed of xenophobic paranoia and antisemitic conspiracy theories. Chip Gibbons talks MyDHS Portal, and new revelations tying law enforcement to the assassination of Malcolm X. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/District Sentinel

    Chip Chat: Judas and the Black Messiah

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 28:35

    Chip Gibbons joins us to review “Judas and the Black Messiah,” the new movie about the FBI’s role in the extrajudicial killing of Fred Hampton. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full show, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel.

    Chip Chat: Biden's Political Prisoners

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 25:17

    Journalist Chip Gibbons joins us to discuss how the Biden administration might respond to the several political prisoners who should be freed. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Chip Chat: MLK/FBI

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 25:50

    On this week's Chip Chat, the two Sams talks with journalist Chip Gibbons about MLK/FBI--the new movie documenting the FBI's surveillance and harassment of Martin Luther King, Jr. This is an excerpt from Friday's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Chip Chat: No New Laws!

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 26:58

    Chip Gibbons returns to talk to the Sams about the Jan. 6 Capitol putsch, and why the last thing we should be doing in response to it is drafting new domestic terrorism laws. This is an excerpt from last week's District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    Teachers Fight Back in Chicago, Again

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 21:14

    Chicago teachers are on the verge of their second strike in 15 months thanks to the city's Mayor and her plans to reopen schools during a pandemic. We talked to public school teacher Kenzo Shibata about it. Help support the locked out teachers here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/save-our-returning-educators This is an excerpt from District Sentinel Radio. To listen to the full episode, subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/12/21: The Big Lie, Updated

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 9:12

    -Brushing off a twenty-year-old playbook, Sec. of State Mike Pompeo alleges links between al Qaeda and Iran. He’s lying. -Trump blasts impeachment efforts, threatens more violence -White House in chaos, but still able to deregulate polluters -Signs of a failed state: US infrastructure deficit tops $13 trillion. -AP: Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to face charges related to Flint water crisis. Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/11/20: The Cop-Troop Insurrection

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2021 17:12

    -Police officers and active duty troops were at the storming of the Capitol, videos of tactical sophistication emerge -Corporate America virtue signals about suspending political donations during the most quiet time for electioneering activities, some companies blame both sides -Later this week, Trump will likely become the only President in US history to be impeached twice -Trump admin tries to sabotage Cuba-US detente by restoring “state sponsor of terror” designation Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/6/21: Chip Chat: Assange Avoids Extradition, But Journalism Still Threatened

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 24:23

    We talk with Chip Gibbons about the decision in a London courtroom this week to deny the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States. Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/5/21: One Last Coal Load

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 17:57

    -EPA head Andrew Wheeler finalizes rule undermining environmental health studies -DOJ survey: 38 percent of cops sometimes or never wear masks at work -The top federal prosecutor in Atlanta resigned and was replaced on an acting basis by an unusual choice, in the run-up to the Georgia run-off -More evictions were delayed by activists in Kansas City (@KCTenants) this morning Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 1/4/20: Nat Sec Goons Start 2021 With an L

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 24:06

    -A British judge has denied a US extradition request for Julian Assange, citing the cruelty of the US prison system and Jeffrey Epstein’s death -Janet Yellen took millions in speaking fees from huge banks, including almost $1 million from Citigroup alone, after refusing to consider breaking up “too big to fail” firms over their living wills -Google union forming: Alphabet Workers get 200 employees to sign CWA cards -Trump plays aircraft carrier tough guy with Iran on the one-year anniversary of the Soleimani assassination -Trump caught on tape trying to rig the presidential vote in Georgia, top House Democrat Hakeem Jeffries shrugs at the thought of holding him to account music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 12/15/20: Wrong Wheel and Tube Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 13:01

    -Biden names the underqualified Pete Buttigieg to run DOT, an agency that many Buttigeg 2020 campaign donors have repeatedly lobbied -SCOTUS strikes down New Jersey pandemic restrictions on religious service attendance -In 2020, there was a 1200% increase in the number of journalists arrested in the United States -NASA’s plan to return astronauts to the moon by 2024 is in doubt Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 12/14/20: The Beginning of the End

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 18:47

    -The first wave of covid-19 vaccines were shipped out by Pfizer. HHS said it will be administered free of charge, but fees could still be tacked on -Right-wing killing spree continues: SCOTUS struck down the reversal of a death sentence today -The Trump administration finalized rules enabling discrimination by religious charities that receive government grants -DHS is attempting to exempt counterintelligence records from the Privacy Act, agency filing shows Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 12/9/20: Chip Chat: State Sanctioned Murders

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 19:42

    The Trump administration is on track to execute the most people in a year since the 1800s, and the first in 100 years to execute someone during a lame duck. We discuss their blood lust on the latest edition of Chip Chat. Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 12/8/20: Office of Licking Boots

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 16:30

    -Setting the stage to pander to the right, the Biden team is planning a White House conservative liaison -Biden nominates Raytheon board member and Pine Island Capital partner, ex-Gen. Lloyd Austin, as his Defense Secretary -Study: US and coalition airstrikes killed 700 civilians in Afghanistan last year -Senate Republicans hold hearing on covid response featuring anti-vaccine quacks and snake oil peddlers Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

    DSR 12/7/20: Pandemic Relief (for Boeing)

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 18:04

    -In a Friday news dump, the Pentagon announced that it would give $63 million in assistance to Boeing using CARES Act money -40 percent of companies that took coronavirus relief loans and grants told workers to take time off but didn’t pay them anything, BLS data shows -DFC watchdog: Agency officials did nothing wrong in pursuing $765 million Kodak loan -The EPA’s air pollution monitoring system is in such shambles, one state agency reported needing to shop for equipment on eBay -The Supreme Court threw a lifeline to Medicare work requirements amid mass unemployment, during a pandemic Music by Adam Fligsten www.adamfligsten.com Subscribe at Patreon.com/DistrictSentinel

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