The Spending Bill Got Smaller, but It’s Still Full of Bad Ideas

It’s Monday Reason RoundtableMatt Welch, Katherine Manguward, Peter Suderman and Nick Gillespie provide even more coverage MoreThe reconciliation bill contains some disappointing points.

The following topics were discussed during the event:

4.21: Bad policies of the “Build back Better” bill.

19:07: Virginia’s gubernatorial Race: What is the significance of this race being so close and so abruptly, with apparently more to do than education kerfuffles.

39:05 Weekly Listener Question. Is it compatible with libertarian principles?

52:34: Weekly media recommendations

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