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Chicago suburb taxes marijuana sales to fund reparations program

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Is a Midwestern community leading the way, and establishing a blueprint, when it comes to a national reparations program? MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee examines the growing discussion surrounding slavery reparations. Congressional bills, and even a new reparations beer, suggest momentum is growing.