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VIDEO: Amy Goodman on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry

DN! in the NewsNovember 09, 2015

On Saturday, Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman appeared on MSNBC to talk about the 2015 elections, drug policy and the future of healthcare in Kentucky under newly-elected Republican governor Matt Bevin.

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