AirTalk for July 24, 2014

A federal judge bolstered a lawsuit yesterday allowing 125,000 California inmates to be represented in a challenge to race-based prison treatment. Also, should pharmacies be required to translate drug labels for non-English speakers? Then, we discuss the late Philip Seymour Hoffman's decision not to leave his children trust funds. What do you expect to leave or receive from an estate?
Supreme Court To Rule On California's Overcrowded Prisons

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