Border bill, James Brown film, stoned driving and more

Today, we talk about the efforts of House leaders to pass a bill regarding migrant children at the border before Congress leaves on vacation. Also, "Get On Up," the biopic of the "hardest working man in show business," James Brown, hit theaters today. Later on, we'll talk about the House's attempt to figure out what "driving under the influence" means when it comes to marijuana. We talk to Grover Norquist about why he's headed to Burning Man, and much more.
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