Zero Tolerance Drug Policy

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging the zero-tolerance drug policy applied to residents of federally subsidized housing. Under the policy, known as 1-strike-and-you're out, an entire family can be evicted for the drug violation of a single family member. Host Tavis Smiley speaks with Charles Ogletree, a professor at Harvard Law School, about the case and other legal news in the headlines. (approx.

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