January 9, 2019

EP. 373 — 373: Golden Globes, Hacienda Healthcare, Democrats Pass LGBTQ Rights Protections

Erin is back from Houston to share a spontaneous moment of positivity on this week’s Throwing Shade! She and Bryan give their Golden Globes retrospective before diving into the latest stories. Erin discusses the horrifying report about a woman at an Arizona hospice center who was repeatedly raped and gave birth while in a vegetative state and the resulting investigation and resignation of CEO Bill Timmons. Then, Bryan shines a light on the immediate action by the new Democratic House to introduce rules providing job security to LGBTQ staff on Capitol Hill.

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