Episode

7/11 Sarah Slamen: The Testimony TX Lawmakers Wouldn’t Let Her Give & Dan Cantor Working Families Party

July 11, 2013

Sarah Slamen, gave the testimony the Texas Legislature wouldn’t let her finish, Texas’s relentless war on women, why Texas’s anti abortion push would be financial windfall for Governor Perry and his family, the roots of Sarah Slawmen’s activism and how progressive politics can succeed in a Red State.

The Working Families Party Dan Cantor explained the “Pay it Forward, Pay it Back” debt free higher education policy that just passed in Oregon.

On The Better Half: in PA a Gay man needs to adopt his partner to preserve their rights in a state that still discriminates against Gay people, why ENDA still hasn’t passed Congress, will Harry Reid finally move to repeal the filibuster? and your calls and IMs.

And keep the conversation going on our morning thread

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