Daily Topics - Wednesday April 5th, 2017

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Coming up today on The Thom Hartmann Program - Your Home for the Resistance:

Hosting for Thom, please welcome Progressive, Alex Lawson, Social Security Works/WeActRadio

- Trumpare-2...Worse Than the First - Congressman Mark Pocan (D-WI, 2nd District)

- Why is the GOP Declaring War on Struggling Familes? Rebecca Vallas, Poverty to Prosperity Program-Center for American Progress/Off Kilter Show-WeActRadio

- The Trump Resistance...75 Days In and Counting...What You Can Do - Gonzalo Martinez de Vedia, Indivisible Guide

- IfNotNow vs. AIPAC.. - Noah Westreich, IfNotNow Movement

...LIVE from Washington, DC starting at 12pm Eastern...

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