November 16, 2020 - Full Show
11/16/2020 | 56m 47s
The first day of the city’s stay-at-home advisory. Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh weighs in on the election results. The recession’s impact on women in the workplace. And making health care anti-racist.
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