Among the stories covered on today's very busy show:
- Trump reluctantly signs a new bipartisan bill sanctioning Russia, North Korea and Iran (and why Bernie Sanders didn't support the bill either);
- A recently discovered Department of Justice announcement signals political appointees at Trump's DoJ civil rights unit plans to target affirmative action measures at colleges and universities on behalf of white Americans;
- A federal judge rules Alabama does not have to notify thousands of former felons that their right to vote has been restored;
- In addition to every single voting machine being hacked at last weekend's DefCon hackers conference in Las Vegas, electronic poll book systems were also hacked there, and one contained the personal records of some 650,000 Tennessee voters.
- A long-serving, top EPA official resigns citing Trump Administration rollbacks to environmental protection in a blistering exit letter [PDF].
Then we open up the phone lines to callers on any and all of the above (and more), before Desi Doyen joins us finally for the latest similarly-busy Green News Report on South Carolina canceling plans for new nuclear plants, new studies predicting big trouble for humanity (especially those who live near the coast) and much much more…
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