Marijuna Legalization Could Be In Jeopardy, Walker To Close Lincoln Hills, Millennials Are Drowning In Debt

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Millennials are half as likely to own a home compared to young adults in 1975. We talk about the changing world and challenges that millennials are facing. We also discuss the Trump adminstration’s rescinding of policy on marijuana legalization and Walker’s recent announcement to close Lincoln Hills.

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  • Department Of Justice Rescinds Obama-Era Policy On Marijuana

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in a memo today that he will revoke a set of Obama-era policies that discouraged federal prosecutors from enforcing federal marijuana laws in states that had legalized the drug. We speak with Professor Sean O’Connor of the University of Washington about the move and what it could mean for the Trump Administration moving forward.

  • Millennials Face An Uncertain Financial Future

    Millennials, on average, have 300 percent more student debt than their parents. One in five live in poverty. And as Michael Hobbes writes for HuffPost Highline, they’re facing an uncertain financial future. He joins us to share the details.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Gretchen Brown Producer
  • Sean O'Connor Guest
  • Michael Hobbes Guest

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