President Trump still loses sleep over his second place finish in the popular vote — and he blames widespread voter fraud. Now, a commission he established to review elections wants states to share personal data on voters, including party affiliation and Social Security numbers. Most states can't or won't comply. How far will the investigation go and how much will it cost taxpayers? You'll hear from two members of the commission – Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Heritage Foundation's Election Law Reform Initiative and Matthew Dunlap, a Democrat and Maine's secretary of state – and from Jason Kander, president of Let America Vote and Missouri's former secretary of state; Kim Wyman, a Republican and Washington's secretary of state; and Justin Levitt, a law professor and former official in the Justice Department's civil rights division. Then, the whole world knows Bob Marley's name and his music, but who was he before he was a global superstar? We're joined by reggae historian Roger Steffens to discuss his new book, "So Much Things to Say: The Oral History of Bob Marley."
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