Lina Khan: How Corporations Became People You Can’t Sue

June 18, 2014

Good morning everyone! On today’s show, Lina Khan (@linamkhan) a policy analyst at the New America Foundation joins us to discuss her recent piece for the Washington Monthly Thrown Out of Court: How corporations Became People You Can’t Sue. Tune in at noon!

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