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“Domestic violence was a pandemic before this all started,” advocates say — plus, family searches for 28-year-old Davohnte Morgan in Mt. Shasta, and a discussion on nationalizing vaccines

Should the U.S. nationalize the vaccine sector? Dana Brown of the Next System Project draws on recent history to point out examples where privatized vaccine development and bureaucratic hurdles delayed life-saving medicine, and proposes an alternative.

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Publication date: 2020-05-20
Parent publication: KPFA
Publication URL: https://kpfa.org/episode/upfront-may-20-2020/

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