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Take Two® FOR November 17, 2017

CA congresswoman targets harassment in the House, Tesla unveils an electric semi, the case for LA's walkability

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Handling harassment claims in congress, the big reveal of Tesla's new plan to build semi-trucks, why LA might be more walkable than you think. See full episode >
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