Josh is back joining Parker for a jam-packed edition of the 1819 News Recap Podcast. During this episode Parker and Josh discuss:

-results from an API commissioned poll regarding a coronavirus-related special session

-ads and endorsements in the race in District 1 for Congressman Bradley Byrne’s open seat between Bill Hightower and Jerry Carl

-President Trump’s plan to campaign for Coach Tuberville in Mobile

-the Montgomery mask ordinance-turned-executive-order

-the Supreme Court case making discrimination against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity illegal

-the NYC City Council’s proposal to cut $1 billion from the budget of the NYPD

 

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