The Matthew Filipowicz Show

Coming up on today's show we have David Dayen back on the show to discuss how the Hardest Hit housing relief program is having horrible results in states like Florida.

We also have Emily Atkin and Katie Valentine from Climate Progress here to discuss how poverty helped make the West Virginia chemical spill and other coal pollution possible.

We'll also discuss some of the latest income inequality news including the OXFAM report that found that 85 people have more wealth than the bottom 6.5 billion and certain One Percenters crazy reactions to it, as well as how the CEO of Bayer said they didn't make their cancer drugs for Indians.

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