If you want to support the show, you can do so on Patreon for as little as $1 a month. You’ll get access to bonus content each month and help us keep the show going! We discuss Betsy DeVos’s latest move in her war on students: undoing protections for student loan borrowers put in place by the Obama admin. Kade breaks down the news that district attorneys in Massachusetts dismissed over 21,000 tainted drug convictions, the most in one day in US history. We talk about what led to those dismissals, and what they mean about the current legal system. Finally, we also give you an update on the latest Tsarnaev related chicanery. A Boston based journalist has a new book out, and some of what she’s documented will shock even the most cynical observers. MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: DeVos dials back consumer protections for student loan borrowers ACLU of Massachusetts victory sets up single largest dismissal of wrongful convictions in nation’s history Maximum Harm by Michelle McPhee UGA Dining Halls to introduce eye scanners Image credit: University of Michigan School of Natural Resources @ flickr.com (CC BY 2.0) The post Mass. Dismisses 21,000 Tainted Drug Convictions (E23) appeared first on HUMORLESS QUEERS. The post Mass. Dismisses 21,000 Tainted Drug Convictions (E23) appeared first on HUMORLESS QUEERS.