Big Tech, Voting Rights, and Weed

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The Reason Roundtable mixes it up this week with the usual host, Matt Welch, vaccinated and vacationing. In his absence, Peter Suderman leads the weekly discourse with Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and a special guest, Senior Editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown. The group breaks down tech regulation, Georgia’s new voting law, and weed.

Discussed in the show:

1:06: The government versus “big tech”: Section 230, antitrust, content moderation.

29:35: Voting bills and voting rights.

47:00: Weekly Listener Question: “Is catcalling freedom of speech? Is it violence?”

52:17: Media recommendations for the week.

This week’s links:

Send your questions either by email to [email protected]. Be sure to include your social media handle and the correct pronunciation of your name.

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Audio production by Ian Keyser.
Assistant production by Regan Taylor.
Music: “Angeline,” by The Brothers Steve.


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