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How Mexico is Trying to Stop U.S. Gun Manufacturers with Jon Lowy

Season 9

We're sharing a conversation with Jon Lowy, founder and president of Global Action on Gun Violence, about his international work to enforce gun laws through legal means. Plus, a special appearance from Ellen about how she handles stress at school.


TOPICS DISCUSSED

  • The Pantsuit Politics Book Club
  • Global Action on Gun Violence with Jon Lowy
  • Outside of Politics: Stress with Ellen


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