Did Congress Just Attempt To Do Its Job?
In this week’s The Reason Roundtable, editors Katherine Mangu-Ward, , and discuss the passage of the as well as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D–N.Y.) awful .
2:07: The House passes the Respect for Marriage Act.
20:04: Schumer’s marijuana legalization bill
36:18: Weekly Listener Question:
What’s an idea for a book each of you have secretly wanted to write (can be on anything, politics or otherwise) but have never had the opportunity to or gotten around to, and why? (Bonus points if one of the ideas is “Declaration of Independents II: This Time, It’s Anarchical”)
Mentioned in this podcast:
“Christians Started the Wedding Wars,” by Stephanie Slade
“The Federal Ban on Medical Marijuana Was Not Lifted,” by Jacob Sullum
“Unacknowledged Legislators Impeached,” by Tim Cavanaugh
Send your questions to [email protected]. Be sure to include your social media handle and the correct pronunciation of your name.
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