NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Is The GOP’s Obamacare Replacement DOA? Civil Rights Leaders Met With Jeff Sessions, Racial Gerrymandering Used To Kick Blacks Out Of GOP Districts


• President Trump and House Republican leaders talk up their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but they’re already running into opposition within their own party from lawmakers who say the plan doesn’t go far enough.

• WikiLeaks released over 8,000 documents claiming the C.I.A. targeted gadgets like smartphones and smart TVs as part of a surveillance program.

• Flint Mayor Karen Waver says it’ll be at least another two years before Flint, Michigan will be able to treat its water again.

• Leaders of six civil rights organizations met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and voiced their concerns about civil rights issues and the DOJ’s recent actions

• Residents in St. Louis, Missouri missed an opportunity to regain black leadership in the Mayoral race on Tuesday night.

• Georgia’s Republican-majority state Senate is set to vote on a bill passed by the House that would redraw nine of their districts in an effort to protect their majority.

• In part three of Roland Martin’s exclusive interview with singer/songwriter Shelby J, she shares some of the conversations she had with Prince over the ten years they performed together and how he opened up to her in the months before he died.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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