Roundtable: Prison Crowding, Teen Alcohol Use, Seat Belts

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Tuesday's topics include the rising prison population in the United States, testing teens for alcohol use and a mother charged with murder for not buckling up her children. Guests include: Haki Madhubuti, a publisher and professor at Chicago State University; Bev Smith of the Bev Smith Show on the American Urban Radio Network; and Michael Meyers, executive director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition.

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