Mom-and-Pop Weed Sellers Face Stiff Regulations
Season 1 E 8 • 06/21/2019
In Oakland, CA, the husband-and-wife owners of a small marijuana business break down cannabis stigmas while struggling under onerous regulations.
Klepper Podcast - Can Space Make America Great Again? - UncensoredKlepperS1 E7
Jordan talks to producer Lucy Lesser and writer Russ Armstrong about how space exploration sparks idealism, and Bill Nye makes the case for funding a manned mission to Mars.
Jordan's Simulated Space OdysseyKlepperS1 E7
Jordan undergoes astronaut training at Space Camp and meets Alyssa Carson, an aspiring teenage astronaut who already has her sights set on Mars.
Getting to Mars Without Killing Your CrewmatesKlepperS1 E7
At a simulated Mars colony in Hawaii, astrobiologist Michaela Musilova explains how one of the biggest challenges of going to Mars will be making sure the crew gets along.
The Best Reason for Sending People Into SpaceKlepperS1 E7
Astronaut Scott Kelly describes the new perspective people get by exploring space.
Getting Day Drunk with a SpacemanKlepperS1 E7
Jordan heads to a bar near the Johnson Space Center in Houston to talk with astronaut Scott Kelly about the diminished role of NASA amid the privatization of space travel.
How Democracy Keeps NASA EarthboundKlepperS1 E7
Millionaire space entrepreneur Henk Rogers argues that the constant turnover of elected leaders keeps NASA from consistently working toward long-term objectives.
Klepper Podcast - California's New Weed War - UncensoredKlepperS1 E8
Jordan talks to producer Erica Matson and writer Russ Armstrong about a program to help people harmed by the war on drugs become entrepreneurs in California's weed industry.
How Victims of the War on Drugs Are Responding to LegalizationKlepperS1 E8
In Compton, CA, a city ravaged by the war on drugs, residents reject legal weed, but in Oakland, CA, a social equity program gives victims of harsh drug policing a leg up.
Legalization Alone Won't Rectify Drug War InjusticesKlepperS1 E8
In Oakland, CA, marijuana legalization and social equity have started to correct past injustices, but more can still be done to repair the damage of the war on drugs.
Why Underground Weed Still Thrives in Oakland, CAKlepperS1 E8
Jordan meets the head of Cloud Collective, an organization that "allegedly" hosts illegal weed sales, evading regulations and undercutting legal growers in the process.
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