Speaking with Jeffrey Canada about the obscene inequities in the availability of resources based on zip code.
Against the backdrop of massive nationwide protests against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd, Stephanie Ruhle widened the lens to examine inequitable treatment in education, too.
Steve Cloobeck and Jon Ralston join Ruhle to call BS on Mayor of Las Vegas' plans to open up Vegas Strip.
Tensions were high as Steve Cloobeck and Jon Ralston let off steam on Ruhle's panel about pressure from Las Vegas Mayor Goodman to open the Strip.
"Do we want a ride-sharing economy where people are vulnerable, or do we want an old economy where there's a dignity in work and shareholders aren't going to reap as much of the profit?"
Some hospitals were even out of cleaning supplies, the report found.
"Now, you could call your landlord, call your credit card company and try to work something out, but there hasn't been a federally mandated national economic holiday," the business analyst pointed out.
"With this virus, 20% are actually have severe disease and need hospitalization. And seeing how many young people get that is very concerning," Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding said.
"It's a false choice we either have safety or we hold elections," Perez said.
Pollster/forecaster Rachel Bitecofer goes over last night's election results
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