Daily Topics - Tuesday July 26th, 2016

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Coming up today on The Thom Hartmann Program:

- More Issues Presented at DNC Last Night Than All of Last Week at the RNC!!

- Help for Progessive Candidates - Erin Hill, Act Blue

- Could DWS Face Legal Charges Over Emails? Tim Canova, Progressive Candidate for FL District 23

- America Needs the Bernicrats! IL State Rep. Carol Ammons (D-IL, District 103)

- Plus, Talking Issues LIVE from DNC Radio Row...MD Attorney General Brian Frosh (D-MD)and Earl Fowlkes, Center For Black Equity, Inc.

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