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Day One Campaign Finance Reform & Senator Michael Bennet on Unclogging A Corrupt Congress

Season 3, Episode 19 | October 10, 2019
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Day One Campaign Finance Reform & Senator Michael Bennet on Unclogging A Corrupt Congress

Larry Lessig begins the episode with a plea to focus on campaign finance reform. Then, Larry talks to U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet on how to create enduring democracy reforms that can unclog what he calls a “paralyzed Congress.”

Music:
Roundpine by Blue Dot Sessions
Noe Noe by Blue Dot Sessions
Vengeful by Blue Dot Sessions

Post-production:
Josh Elstro of Elstro Production

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